Sleepover at Beth’s Airbnb

I love it when Aunt Bethy comes up with fun ideas, like a summer slumber party at her place! Ummm… yes please!

So, after my early morning golf lessons on June 21st, we all headed to Rosie’s Cafe for a delicious breakfast and then played our hearts out at the Trane All Abilities park. Once the afternoon rolled around, Beth and I had work to do at the bookstore, so Mom and Genesee went to another park with Noah, Matt, and Carrie. Finally, we gathered back together and topped off the night with some Rocky Rococo’s pizza, enjoyed among friends, around the fire. I provided the entertainment, of course, by encouraging everyone to partake in my bottle-flipping challenge. No one could match my skills, but they gave it a good effort.

We woke up the next morning to a cute little tea party and homemade breakfast and then jumped on our bikes to patronize Ranison’s Ice Cream & Candy Store before we had to pack up and head home.

It. Was. The. Best.

Thanks for the hospitality, Beth! We should probably make this slumber party an annual event, right?

Golf like a Pro

This summer I decided to try out my golf clubs and model my polo shirts by enrolling in lessons with Coach Jim at Cedar Creek Golf Course. I was a little nervous on my first day, but my stomach settled down once I realized the coach was nice. Plus, after getting out on the driving range a couple of times this summer (thanks Grandma & Grandpa!), I really loved experiencing a real golf course and making some fellow junior pro friends. But, my favorite part of it all was when we would take a break at the clubhouse for a beverage and being Mom’s lunch date after lessons concluded. So, if free Cokes and Olive Garden entrees are all that stand in my way of becoming a golf pro, look out Tiger Woods!