Last night was a pretty crazy night, so today Peter and I took it a little bit easier and spent the day driving around seeing some amazing sites. Peter is truly a great tour guide, even though he says he is not.
After a few hours of driving around, we headed off to Rotterdam to pick up his youngest daughter Marije. She lives in Rotterdam during the week while in her Art school, and on weekends back home with dad.
When we arrived to pick her up, there is a small music festival going on, and her art class is doing some weird art thing. I don’t know what to call it, so I will just explain. They all made these cool costumes/puppets out of cardboard, and then danced around the music festival in them. After 30 minutes of dancing, they all smashed them together into a big pile of broken cardboard. I guess it symbolizes something?
Yeah, I don’t know what it means, but it is something you do in college. 🙂 It was cool and rather funny, and you could tell she was having a great time. So who am I to say, she is funny and different.
When we arrived back home, Peter ordered us pizza and we all sat around talking and catching up. I have not seen Marije since she was 12 years old and she is now 21, a young women. She still has a little kid left in her, which adds to her great personality.
This was yet again, another great day visiting my distant family!