>"Ah I see!"
>Trixie pull out an orange and handed it to her, much to Sunset's joy
"You're a natural at this Trixie."
>"They don't call me great and powerful for nothing."
>You kiss Trixie's head and walk to a table with nothing but a white sheet covering it
>Sunset tried, in vain, to peel the orange and quickly became frustrated, getting tears in her eyes and whimpering
>"Here let me help."
>Sunset shook her head
>She sure was stubborn
>Sunset tried and tried and finally cracked the orange right open
>Trixie smiled big
>"Good job Sunset! You did it!"
>Sunset had the biggest smile in the entire world on her face as she hugged Trixie
>You managed to snap a picture just as she did
>Trixie knelt down
>"Mommy loves you very much sweetie. Now lets eat."
>Trixie sits down at the table with you and Sunset
>And boy was Sunset a messy eater
>You never imagined eating an orange could be such a.. full contact sport
>She got the juice all over her face
"So I got an idea before we hit home"
>Trixie half listened as she redid her eyeliner in a small pocket mirror
>"And what's that, love?"
>You pull out a map and point to a spot in Kansas
"Our route goes right through Kansas. So why not take a small stop to the eisenhower museum?"
>"You are your love of history. You sure our little one here will appreciate it?"
"It's got some cool stuff. I mean she's a bit young for a lot of stuff but why not?"
>Trixie closes her pocket mirror, putting it back in her purse
>"If you want too"
>"To be honest I got all I needed to know about world war 2 in high school. I was never very invested in history, especially military history."
"Well there must be something we can all enjoy. Let me see what I can find"
>"The thing is I've been to Kansas plenty of times. My grandparents live there. Or, well, used too before they passed and all. But trust me when I say there is nearly nothing to do there. It's about as boring as states get."
(I said I'd be doing it right? I just didn't say when haha.)