Saturday, June 09, 2007

so much fun

Caroline and I had so much fun today!!!

We went to lunch with "the girls."
Then we hung out at Sherri's house all day.
Caroline and I were introduced to the Wii.
Have you heard of it?
We played bowling.
You take the remote and literally "bowl" with it!
You swing back and let it go just like a ball!!!!
See the picture over there to the right?
That's not us but that's how we looked playing it. ha-ha!!!

Caroline had so much fun playing with that and their fabulous swingset that she didn't want to go home but Mike picked her up after work so I could crop.

I got two pages done, well...almost two.
I'll post them tomorrow.
They both have circles but not on purpose.
We had a blast talking and cropping and eating pizza and chocolate.

I'm so thankful for my girlfriends.
What would I do without you all?

6 comments:

annie said...

It was fun!
I am about to finish the page I got started!
Next time I want to bowl with you:)

Michelle said...

We love our wii too. Very cool!

t.hatcher said...

Okay, trying not to be jealous of your girls day out... I've never played with a wii, but I bet it's fun. Somehow we escaped the whole game system hysteria. I guess I shouldn't complain since they are sooo expensive. Can't wait to see your new pages!

Tiff

doris said...

so glad you had such a FUN day!!! :D

and so bummed i missed the party last night . . . :P

can't wait to see the new los! :D

Chelle said...

How interesting. I read your blog through Google Reader. I was going to comment on the June 7th post, which is no longer here.

I was just going to type something to Anonymous about how I truly think you are one of the people I know who has such a positive outlook and seeks out fun. You may be a clean freak, but there is no doubt about you enjoying life!

Oh and just so you know...I tease you about being too sanitized, I don't criticize. :)

TracieClaiborne said...

Thank you Chelle!
I deleted it because life is too short to care what someone thinks that I don't even know and likely don't care to know. She thinks I need help but she obviously has issues of her own.