Tori wasn't sure what to make of going to the Globetrotter's game. Like Christian, she didn't know much about them either. She liked the show, but her favorite part was half-time when local dancers came out and did flips, hula-hoops and tumbling. When I asked her after we got home if she wanted to take a class to learn how to do that, she said no. She's just as shy as her brother.
This was demonstrated the most during
the game. Flight Time came and wanted to sit by her. At first
she didn't scoot over and he almost sat on her, but I pulled her over in
time so he could sit between her and the kid next to her (seen here - Best viewed as an image download). Flight
Time asked her name, she didn't answer, so I told him as Tori leaned farther
away from him. A few seconds later he asked if she could help him!
Tori could be part of the show! What kid wouldn't want that?
Tori is that kid. She said no, so Flight Time moved on down
the aisle to another girl. After Flight Time and the girls segment
was over, I asked Tori if she wished she had done it and she still said
no. She could've skipped with them, gotten a ball and had them spin
the basketball on her finger. The little girl also ended up in the
paper, but none of that mattered to Tori. She was happy not participating.
Like her brother Tori talked about the
game for 2 days. They talked the Before Care's supervisor's ears
off. It seems like it was a good experience all around and next time,
I'm sure they'll enjoy it more.