The Eldest Latte always wins at bowling.
She is a crack shot with a bowling ball guide ramp. But then she found out about angles from an early age, having learned to walk in a fixed wheel walking frame. At the age of three and four, Eldest would take aim with her frame, hoist her weight up into her arms, and with a few scoots of her feet would propel herself towards her destination in a straight line.
Fetching everyone's bowling balls is the perfect job for the Littlest Latte, who chose as a tot to take most of her first steps whilst carrying heavy objects, such as tape recorders and small pieces of furniture.
Me? As the sun shines and the spring winds bite, I abandon my pretence of being outdoorsy. Being in a gloomy, artificially lit building on one of the sunniest days of the year so far is absolutely fine with me.