Friday night. We were having a good time in our front-and-center seats at the ceilidh. Even Ivey was enjoying the fresh air and goldfish crackers.
Until people started hollering when the bands got ready to play.
What did I do?
Why's everybody yellin at meeee?
Once the music began, she had a good time jumping up and down in Daddy's lap.
We'd never seen Albannach before, and we liked them. Their set emphasized high-energy drumming and was fun to watch.
But Grandma and Grandpa preferred Coyote Run, I think.
Suzi loved this because it looked to her like he was playing a big stick. The girl loves sticks.
And we were having a great time enjoying the music. But, alas...
We ignored it for a while.
Suzi and Jordan danced through a couple of songs.
And Ivey snuggled up to Grandpa. But then it became obvious we weren't getting out of this one. The announcement was made, equipment was covered, we ran back to the van and I got two eyefuls of pollen and dirt from the wind. The drive home was fun.
Then we went to the games today and Suzi got her face painted in the Wee Scotland area. She wanted it painted Braveheart-style blue but I talked her into a blue butterfly.
She explained how the lady painted the butterfly on her.
The Montgomery clan in the next tent brought bubbles to share!
Prince Edward was there, it's true, but he was pretty much constantly surrounded by a big crowd of people. Suzi didn't care though. She was much more interested in meeting the gorgeous fairy lady.
She's holding her little hand out like that because the fairy gave her some fairy dust. I'm pretty sure this fairy spent 98% of her day talking to kids and posing for pictures.
Then Suzi rubbed the fairy dust on her cheeks so she sparkled.
We said goodbye to Grandma and Grandpa, packed up the stroller, and headed for the van. (It was a long walk.)
By the time we got home, we had a sleepy blue butterfly girl.
And now I realize I didn't get any pictures at all of anything important, like the prince or the parades or the competitions, did I? Nope. No I didn't. Oh well.