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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

And so they put on a show at Wendy's.....

I cracked up when Sweet Man, Ry and GK got back from getting Frostys. The three of them are so funny and cute together. They always have adventures of the maximum variety when they terrorize the citizens of Burque.

When GK was little it was Peter Pan and Wendy that they adventured. Acting out the parts, using the voices, pretending and loving the play.

Now with Ry it is Batman, Batboy and if she gets included, GK is Battygirl. Serves her right for being such a brat sometimes during the pretending, but that's just my opinion and I'm sticking to it.

This is how it was related to me by the Three Caballeros (Disney style)...... They drove up to Wendy's drive up window and were going to order when the voice in the box said, "I'm sorry for the inconvenience but the customer in front of you has ordered a devastatingly big order and it will be a bit before we can get to you". To which my three said no problem.......and proceeded to play. Batboy and Battygirl then asked what devastatingly meant and Batman explained that it was very big and that the staff inside were going to have to hustle to get it ready for the van in front of them. "Oh well" was the response from the batty children. "let's play".

I gather from them that Riddler was the villian du jour and that he had taken over the shopping center which was in view of the Batmobile. They were trying to work out what would be the best Bat device to use to get rid of the Riddler and his dastardly crew because the bad guys had done some "devastatingly huge harm" according to Ry to the buildings and shoppers. "Let's use a nuclear device to get rid of them", said Battygirl. From the voice in the box, "I don't think that you need to go nuclear but you can order now".

At which the younger occupants of the car squealed with delight and they drove forward to the pickup window. The male and female at the window and my nincompoops all laughed at the fact that the entire Wendy's enjoyed an interlude with the Badmobile crew and their pretending skills and talent. I guess imagining does pay off after all, as if we didn't know that, huh?

The kids came home beaming with their new status as floorshow entertainers at Wendy's. Sweet Man was kinda tickled too. See what I have to work with here?????? What a joy.


  1. Performing and entertaining others? That sounds so unlike them as well... ;o)

    I used to play lets pretend with my grandad when I was little. I would pile into bed in the morning with him and we'd pretend that the bed was a camper van and we were exploring all over the place. My granny used to humour us and bring us breakfast in bed to tide us over until our next stop :o)

  2. What a great story and such fun for the Bat Brigade. I so enjoy your stories.
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

  3. If our grands were closer in age and locale they would have probably been drafted by a talent scout. I remember when Donovan was going through a period of watching E.T. every day and acting out each character's part. He was 18 months old and we were at a restraunt waiting with several other people for our table to be ready when he spotted a pay phone and had to do his "E.T. phone home" and cracked everyone up. My kids and grands always were big hams.

  4. LOL!!! What fun! It's so great when people share in the fun with you, too and have a good sense of humor. Hope your day is going very well and you're all enjoying each other.

  5. I'm sure they made their day.. how could they not. Such fun. :)

  6. LOL! I would say you are one of the luckiest ladies ever to grace the planet, my beautiful friend.


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