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Day 20 Boot Camp Challenge - FOUR!!!

Saturday, May 23, 2009

The optional challenge for Friday's boot camp was to,

"...do a fun and active Friday night activity... Be creative and enjoy some fun, social time with your family and friends while you stay on your feet!"

Well, my DGS and I usually spend Friday night watching a movie and eating popcorn. Last night we had a blast! We went to a little amusement park in our city and played a round of miniature golf. I told him about the challenge and thanked him for going with me to help me be more fit. Bless his little heart, he wanted to know if I would be challenged to be fit again next Friday.

His dad (my son) has been taking him to the driving range and putting green so he was pretty good at lining up his balls. Okay, I'll say it. I creamed me and I couldn't have been more proud. One of the holes was a par 3 and I finally got that little ball in the cup on the fourth attempt. Just as I took out the score card to write 4 in the square next to the hole number, the folks at the next hole yelled, "FOUR." Thinking they were helping me keep score I began to feel annoyed just as their ball landed a few inches from my feet in the middle of the our green.

We all laughed and my DGS learned that four isn't just the sum of 2+2. I hope he also learned that he is awsome at teaching grandma how to do fun physical activities. If not golf, maybe next week we'll go bowling, then bicycling, then hiking, then...

MARY
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  • COOKSNBAKES
    You are indeed awesome! I am glad to hear how active you are. Keep going!
    3461 days ago
  • LAINYE
    Your grandson is one lucky little boy to have such an awesome grandma!
    You are definitely an inspiration to him and me too!
    Have a safe and blessed weekend.

    Elaine
    3461 days ago
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