I love library fun! A different library got out their pets for the kids to look at and touch. Here there were about 25 kids that showed up, all crowding around, trying to get closer than anyone else. I don't remember what animal this is, but it stores water in its tail, kinda like the camel stores fat in its humps. The library lady said that it can lose its tail, but the second one will grow back disfigured and won't store water like it should.
On Monday we had two library fun things. The first one was at Trussville library (the same place Aesop's Fables puppet show was). Some people came from a Karate school to talk to parents about the benefits of Karate and to let the kids break a board. Just enough to whet all those kids' appetites, you know?
Today my son asked me if I wanted to hear a fun fact about bowling. Of course I said yes, and while I don't remember what he said, it was cute to watch him talk like a grown up for a few minutes.
Several weeks ago, we signed up for "Kids Bowl Free", a program that lets kids bowl two free games every day from May to September. Awesome! (Our specific bowling alley doesn't participate on Tuesdays, for some strange reason, so for us it's 6 days a week, which is still pretty cool.) Since the program started last week, we've been every day (except Tuesday, of course). Needless to say my shoulder muscles are KILLING me, but that isn't going to stop me from bowling! I guess I should clarify that parents could sign up for a family pass, so we did.
Who am I, you ask?
In 2006 I had a stroke, and every day my husband encourages me to use my remaining brain cells to the best of my ability. I love to organize, make crafts, and go on adventures (safe ones). I hope that through my blog posts, you will be encouraged to accept and make the best of challenges God throws at your life.