It tastes like vanilla soft-serve ice cream with rainbow sprinkles.
Thing Two's soccer team won a game today for the first time since he started playing travel last December! His team was egregiously misflighted last spring, so they got killed every game. No fun for anybody and seriously demoralizing...by the end of the season the only thing getting him into his uniform for games was the promise of going out for lunch or dinner on the way home. We had to promise to let him play spring rec league baseball too (yes, both sports at once) to even get him to try out for this year's soccer team. He's a decent player, and we really didn't want that bad experience to be all he got.
Today was the first game of the new season. Thing Two, God help me, was the goalie for the first three quarters. He hasn't had much training at the position, but he's the best they've got: he's big and quick and he has absolutely no fear. (A a side note, from a spectator standpoint I am firmly convinced that the only thing worse than being the mother of the goalie is being the mother of the quarterback, and only because the opposing players in soccer aren't generally trying to kill the goalie on each play.) Anyway, the kid flat-out rocked it. Two tough goals got by him but he kept a lot more out. He had a couple of booming corner kicks in the fourth quarter, too, one of which was tapped in by a teammate for an assist. When final whistle blew, our boys were up 4-3, and they were absolutely beside themselves with joy.
Of course we stopped for ice cream on the way home...some milestones are meant to be savored!