JK had her second bowling lesson today. The group is small, only four children, so she is getting almost individualized attention. She is trying so hard but still makes a lot of gutter balls! At the last minute, she always turns her wrist. She told me she’s going to work very hard on straightening that out. She was not discouraged and had a good attitude throughout the lesson. That’s a praise.
One of the moms told me that she really like JK. She thought she was funny and had a wonderful personality. One of the things she said was that she was very open and friendly. I’m thankful for that! I hope she always stays like that way!
JL and I went together to get our nails done. We had such a fun time just chatting about things. She can be so wonderful sometimes and other times………. All part of being 18 (19 in two weeks!!!!), I guess.
JM took JK to the pool this afternoon and when we got back from doing our nails, JL joined them. I’m so glad that my children like to be with each other–at least most of the time.
After the nail salon, I went to Target and then to the local grocery store to pick up some chicken for dinner. Boneless chicken breasts were $1.88 a pound so I picked up a lot. That’s the cheapest I’ve ever seen it.
I made kabobs on the grill: chicken, peppers, onions, tomatoes and pineapple. I marinated them in zesty Italian dressing. They were so good. We also had corn on the cob and baked beans.
After dinner, JL and JM both went out with friends. JK and my dh went out for ice cream. I’m home alone! As much as I’d like to have ice cream, I’m going to be good and have a small cup of Jello with fruit. I had some last night and it’s very refreshing.
I picked up some DVDs at the library yesterday and I’m headed upstairs to watch them. I think I’ll choose West Side Story, one of my favorite movies. I just read on the cover that it won Best Picture in 1961. Is it really 44 years old? Wow! Do I feel old!!