Today, different family members called her to wish her a happy birthday. As she was talking to one of her aunts, I overheard my daughter say this: "I didn't get any strikes, but I had spares with leftover pins!" Hahahahaha! I love it! I wish I had thought of that line when I was on a bowling league in college.
I forgot to post this yesterday, but I asked my daughter what she wished for when she blew out the candle on her cupcake. She told me she wished for peace on Earth, no hunger, and no one should be homeless. I'm proud of her, but I'm angry at myself for asking her what she wished for! This will make it nearly impossible for her wishes to come true! If only I hadn't asked! D'oh!
The last little snippet I have to share is that my daughter went with me to the market on Saturday. We ran into the boy she has a crush on there. The two were having fun talking for about 15 minutes or so, which was great! The problem was that my daughter blurted out "I love you!" two times during the conversation, which made the encounter a tad awkward. After we went our separate ways from her "boyfrien," I tried to explain to my daughter that she can't go around blurting the "I Love Yous" like that. It can scare boys away. She told me she understood that a boy could say, "Ewwww" to that! She then thanked me for my "lovely advice."
She cracks me up!