Friday, November 11, 2011


The girls all met at the flag pole after school.  They looked so cute in their bright pink shirts.

We then carpooled to 300 Bowling in Anaheim. 

This photo cracks me up.  I don't know what came over the girls.  I told them to go stand in front of the back drop for a photo and they all started to pose.  Silly girls!

Then they decided to huddle up for this picture.  Cute!

We all agreed this was the best bowling place we had ever seen.  It was so modern and fun.

It was hard to get photos in there because it was fairly dark. 

We loved they had bright hot pink, lime green and orange bowling balls.

Some of the girls had been bowling before.

Some had never been.  But, it didn't matter because they all had a good time.

There were hugs, high fives and claps for every pen that was knocked down.  What great sportsmanship!
Everyone was laughing.  Not at each other but just because it was ok to not bowl perfectly. 

It was ok to miss all the pens, not let go of the ball on time so it ended up making a big bang when it hit the lane or even having the ball go backwards because they let go of it to soon.

Yes, all those things and more really happened.  But, there were also several STRIKES and SPARES too.

Our troop is really a pretty close troop and I believe all the girls really enjoy spending time together.

They all get along, no fighting ever and they all listen so well.

They bowled one game and then took a break to have snacks and drinks and rest a little bit.  Bowling is a lot of exercise.

Scores were kept by the machine but honestly, I don't think anyone could tell you who bowled what score.  It really didn't matter.  It was all about having a great time, learning how to bowl and getting along with everyone.

Like always, our time together just flew by and before we knew it, our time was up.

So, everyone put their shoes back on and carried their rental shoes and bowling balls back to the front to be put away.

I wasn't surprised at all when each and everyone of the girls said they wanted to go back again. 

It was a fun outing and fun treat to spend some time going out during the week.