We broke out one of the wonderful activities from SimplyFun called Tibbar's Big Board. It has the days of the months at the top, the months of the year on one side, a big clock in the middle, weather dials and the days of the week.
Days of the week were not new actually due to taking vitamins every day from my pillbox. Momma always sounds out the day of the week and asks me which days starts with a sound. Like Friday, which letter does FFFFFFFFFFFFFFriday start with? Sometimes, it is annoying to be honest!
When she brought out the board, I became fascinated by the clock. So that is what I concentrated on this week. Every, oh five minutes or so, I would ask what time it was. Momma would point out the time on the digital clock. I asked where do the hands go? So for 10:15, it was little hand on the 10 and big hand on the 3. I am still not sure I get the whole count by 5 for the minutes. I mean really who came up with that ..... it's a 3 on the clock therefore shouldn't it be 10:3. Oh well, maybe someday I will figure it out. On the other hand, I was pretty good with the month. I mean hey October is the only month that starts with O. WOohoo!
Other things we did this week, included Momma looking at cookbooks all the time and throwing out suggestions for things to make for the housewarming. Not sure what all the fuss is about but we no longer have completely blank walls in some of the front rooms. And Momma is frantic about cleaning. Okay that is true most of the time! Shoes don't belong in the living room (why not?; Daddy's are), or if you are done playing with it, put it away. Why? I might wanna play with it again soon.
Halloween parties galore this week! Lots of candy at the Trunk or Treat at Hampton United Methodist on Wednesday. I got a purple spider ring to match my outfit. I am hoping next year Mommy and Daddy will decorate their trunk!
On Saturday, we watched the OU game and I continued to learn how to cheer for them. BOOMER .................... SOONER. And I guess we won! Anyway, later that evening we went to a Halloween Carnival at a local school. As you can see, I loved playing golf!