Tuesday, April 14, 2009

What I learned this week - Randomness

This week went by in a flash. Going out of town, watching bowling and seeing a movie last night makes things jumble together. This week I learned some important lessons, and some silly ones as well.

  • At 29 years old, a person can still have a giggle attack as they are going to bed. Especially if the person sleeping next to you started it.
  • Spending 8 hours in two days in a car can make you really appreciate the truck drivers that rule the road most days. I don't know how they do it.
  • Finding out that your 12 year old made it to state for bowling will blow your mind time and time again. Hunter is such a rock star.
  • Watching the same child bowl he game of his life during the last week of bowling will make you burst with pride. His "ring" is sitting on the dresser for everyone to see. More on that later.
  • When sitting at the dentist, don't be surprised when he tells you that Boo has a chipped tooth. It really isn't a shocker at all, especially after this conversation on Friday.
  • Be grateful when Hubby agrees to tape Oprah two days in a row...I can't wait to get DVR.

For more What I Learned this Week posts, head on over to Musings of a Housewife.

7 comments:

livinginagirlsworld said...

Congrats to your son! I didn't know that bowling was a competitive sport in the younger years.

Tara said...

DVR is the best invention I've come across lately. Run out and get it today!!

Congrats to the master bowler and thanks for stopping by my little blog!

Musings of a Housewife said...

I love bedtime giggles. :-)

Melissa P said...

Me and my sister used to get the giggles. Thanks for visiting my blog.
That is awesome that your son did so good bowling.
I am going to check out the chipped tooth story.

jen@odbt said...

Have to agree that the DVR is one of the best things to have. Giggle fits are the best especially when you get can the other person to join you.

JanMary said...

Congrats to your son and the proud mummy too!

I would love a DVR too, and there is no way my dh would record Oprah for me once, never mind twice, no matter how much he loves me!!

Carrie B said...

How ironic we were just watching college bowling on TV this weekend. I used to bowl on a ladies morning league, the hubby was so "excited" that I was being "athletic" Ha
Congrats to your son and yourself, don't you just love that proud feeling!