My Arm and Back Hurt!
Last night around 11:30 I went to Wal-Mart because I heard they were going to get 20 Nintendo Wiis. When I got there, there were about 30 total people waiting in line. I felt pretty good because there were several families and at my count I was about 19 in line if everything went smooth. Promptly at midnight 3 men and 1 woman came out pushing a cart of the prized possession. After the line started moving I realized too things. First, more people were buying in pairs with their family and finally they didn't start out with 20 but instead 16! I knew know my chances of getting a Wii were slim. :-(
When I got to about the 4th person up I did the calculations and realized that I was in fact number 17 in line and that there really was only 16 available. The lady in front of me who was an older Asian lady asked if I had any kids. I said I have two girls. She wanted to know if they were a factor in me buying the Wii. It absolutely was and is a factor in me buying a Wii. I love my Xbox 360 but it really isn't family oriented. Regardless, she gave up here spot for me to get the Wii and I'm now a hero to my family. Thank you lady!
I bought Zelda and Wario World and both are a true blast. However the game we currently play the most as a family is Wii Sports. As for controllers, I bought an extra Remote and NunChuck along with a classic controller so that we can download some of the older games and relive our past.
Bottom line is that my arm hurts...along with Sami and Sue's. I don't know if Alyssa's does since kids never get sore from such activities. I have to say that if you are looking for a fun workout this is the device to get.