...with Stacie Lucas.
"Hello, and welcome to the show."
But seriously, we have a lot of ground to cover. I may actually revert to bullet points just to get this thing in at under 25 pages. Maybe we should get started:
Hey, I love laser tag.
That's all I really wanted to talk about. There was a bunch of other stuff, like a day of baking, freezing my bones outside, and coffee with a friend. But the big ticket item was the laser tag.
My family is slightly addicted.
"Hmmm, what should we do for Katie's birthdaylaser tag!!"
"Kimberlie, what do you want to do for your birthdaylaser tag!!!"
Next will be:
"Happy April 4thlaser tag!!!"
"I have this annoying little hang naillaser tag!!!"
My sister, Kimberlie's, birthday dinner was Saturday night. So we had friends over for dinner, which was just to carbo-load and strategize for an evening of running (but not running because it's against the rules) around with a bunch of fifth graders shooting at stuff.
"What's the point?" Corey always asks.
Adrenaline. There's kind of a rush in stalking your prey and then shooting the bejeezus out of it.
Winning. It's nice to win. And then rub it in everyone's faces. However, I believe Charlie Sheen now owns this word so I'll probably have to pay him now.
Exercise. We all came outta there sweaty so I'm sure we got a little cardio workout.
Target practice. For those of us who hunt for real. Or fight crime. For the record, I do neither.
Youth serum. Being silly is good for wrinkles.
Team building. Learning to not shoot your fellow red team members will help you in the real world.
After all this, I can't see why anyone wouldn't want to play. I'm pretty sure I know what you're thinking:
"I'll see you on the course."
Right you are, my friends. It's on.