We met up with our Lens Baby friends this week for sno cones at Bahama Bucks. Sno cones have changed it seems - these were not the sno cones I remember eating when I was little! The ice was shaved and really soft and the flavoring was pretty yummy (as it should be at three bucks a pop). There were lots of fun flavor options, but Sam and I played it safe this time and ordered just cherry and orange.
Sam was very into his sno cone at first, eating it with the same serious "I've-got-a-job-to-do" look on his face he always has when eating. But soon, the party music playing from the speakers took ahold of him, as music often does, and he jumped up on the bench to dance some of that sno cone syrup right out! His friend Carter joined him and they made quite the dancing pair, although their moves were very different. Carter's dance was really happy and chipper and his moves were quick; it was like watching someone dance on tv while holding down the fast-forward button. I'm thinking his root beer sno-cone played a large part in that! Sam's dance moves on the other hand, were a little slower, groovier, moodier if you will. Think John Travolta in Pulp Fiction. Sam's moves matched his mood perfectly. Interesting, seeing as they were dancing to the same songs. And entertaining for sure!