Because we are good people (and Yao asked us to come), we met up with Yao, Kenny, Mark and Brandon at the Brunswick Zone on Olive to bowl for charity. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society threw a bowl-a-thon for $15, with proceeds going toward medical research. This worthy endeavor was enough to get us out of the house on a Saturday night, if you can believe that.
Jen, once again, destroyed all comers when it came to the actual bowling, but besides that, we managed to have other fun. Inhaling helium, drinking heavily, winning door prizes, and eating Bowling Alley Fries all had their moments, but the most hilarious moment came when we accidentally switched the language on our scoring machines to Chinese. While hilarious, this presented a problem because even though 60% of our party were at least partially of Asian descent, we were unable to figure out how to change it back to good old English. Fortunately, an employee of the bowling alley was able to figure it out. Phew.
All in all, a good time was had by us and a worthy cause was supported. It is good to get out of the house from time to time.