kept the book last night, but Essi told me she wanted to keep
our scrapbook at her house because she enjoyed looking at
all the nice flowers, the stories, and other memorabilia found
inside. Muc thought that the scrapbook should stay at his
house. I suggested we play "Rock, Paper, Scissors"
and give the book to the winner. "Rock, Paper, Scissors"
is when everyone makes a fist, and counts to three, then chooses
either a rock, paper, or scissors. Scissors cuts paper. Rock
crushes scissors, and paper covers rock. The first time, we
all picked scissors, because making scissors with your fingers
is fun. That was a tie game. We counted to three again. I
chose paper, Essi chose rock, and Muc chose scissors. I thought
we all won that game, but Essi said that we all lost. Then
Muc had a great idea. He said that we should give the book
to Essi's grandmother, Betty. That way we can look at it whenever
we go for a visit. Well, we brought the book to Betty, and
this made her happy.