Fiorella showed Son's fiancee how to make a boat last night, a small paper boat, that is.
Husband and Fio were dining at Chili's and, as is her habit, Fiorella denuded her napkin-wrapped utensils of their three-inch binding strip, tore it in two, and folded each half-strip into a tiny boat. What else does one do while waiting for one's dinner? In slow-serving restaurants, Fiorella has been known to launch flotillas.
After being presented with the first boat, Son's fiancee, who was sitting across from Fio, watched the production of the second one intently and tried to make a boat of her own, but ran into trouble. Fiorella promptly grabbed the strip off of Husband's utensils and instructed her step by step.
It will take a while for Fiancee to get the technique down, but Fiorella is thrilled that she is interested. Fiorella's father was the one who taught her how to make the little boat and now his legacy of love will live on.