There was another water balloon fight at my pad. And this time the kids made a huge mess all over the kitchen floor. When I walked in on their water balloon filling operation, my jaw dropped to the ground. "What's going on here?"
"We're filling water balloons," one of the neighborhood kids said.
"Yes, I can see that. But it looks like you're creating a small pond on the floor!"
The kid looked down. "Oops. Sorry about that, Mrs. Ellis!"
I promptly went upstairs and got a handful of towels. I brought them downstairs and distributed them to the kids. "Please dry up the lake!" I said.
They obliged. But their way of doing it was very interesting. Did any of them get down on their hands and knees to dry it up? No. They put the towels under their feet and started dancing. It looked like the towel twist!
When they were done, they handed me the wet towels. "That was fun, Mrs. Ellis. Can we do it, again?" one kid asked.