I'm taking a mini-vacation this week. Mom and Dad are going out of state, so they need someone to stay at our house and take care of Snickers (the dog). That means I have to drop whatever I'm doing and start watching the dog. Boy, it sure is nice to feel wanted at my house!
I also need to keep an eye on my little sister, the one who just got her driver's license. I need to make sure she's fed, and take her out for walks three times a day so she gets enough exercise, and--no wait, that's Snickers. For my sister, I just need to make sure she's fed, even though I'm pretty sure she knows how to get food by herself by now.
I said earlier that my sister wants a new car. Well, scratch that. She has a new car: a 2007 Jeep. That's right; Dad got a car for my sister after she got her license.
Dad did not get me a new car when I got my license; I got grandma's old 1992 Honda. When my other sister got a license, she got a hand-me-down car, too. But somehow Miss Baby of the Family gets a new car without having to work for it. Totally unfair!
Anyway, I reached the end of Super Mario Galaxy 2! It's about a fifteen-minute level, with a boss battle against Bowser.
And here's the ending which follows:
There are about fifteen more stars, including the Super Difficult Special Stars. I tried getting a few of them, and it was quite a challenge. I think I might want to stop playing the game here, instead of chasing after the tough special stars.