Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Wii

This Christmas I gave Ken something he never wanted in a trillion billion years--his very own wii! Talk about surprises!

Anyway, we've all had fun with it (even Ken!), but the most fun we had was when Phil brought over his Wii Fit thing so we could all go pretend slaloming and pretend ski-jumping and pretend snow-boarding. But before we did all that extreme pretending, we let the Wii tell us how fit we are and guess what. I AM ONLY 46 IN WII YEARS AS OPPOSED TO KEN WHO'S 67 IN WII YEARS. I realize that this still makes me 322 in wii/dog years but whatevs. Wii/dog years don't count.

5 comments:

Josh and Kallie said...

Ann I just have to tell you that you are my favorite person in the family. I am so sad we don't live closer. I love reading your blog, you always make my day. The best part is that you don't try very hard, you are just naturally wonderful.

Louise Plummer said...

I am younger in Wii years too. Mostly I just play Ms. Pacman, which I've been addicted to since l982.

Erin said...

Well, congratulations, I think. I don't even want to know what the Wii would think about me in terms of fitness.

LucindaF said...

You atleast have to get Wii Sports so you can box Ken. You'll totally whip him with those 2 decades of youthness you've got on him. Plus, it's therapeutic.

Donna said...

I hope your wii experience is better than mine, I bought a wii for our family last Christmas....they played with it for one week.
Please tell me what great things you do with yours..I actually have the wii fit also...what can I do with it?