Two nights ago, me and my Dad cycled all the way to my friend’s (Eliana’s) house and it took us FOREVER! I used my two-wheeled scooter and Dad used his two-wheeled bike. When I got to Eliana’s house, I was so exhausted…Eliana and Gwyneth (our Indonesian friend that also had a sleepover with us) told me that I was late…No wonder!
So, I got my PJ’s on and Eliana popped popcorn in the microwave then, we watched “Aladdin” with Eliana’s mom, Carmen. The movie didn’t have a good quality because it was borrowed from the library and it was a VHS which is old (I think) but anyways, we enjoyed the movie so much and it reminded us of our awesome Social Studies teacher, Mrs. Larson because our lesson for this semester was about Muslims and Arabia :).
I ate lots of popcorn because for a 100 years I haven’t eaten popcorn! This was like my first time to eat popcorn in a year! So, I ate 2 1/2 bowls of popcorn with parmesan cheese and the few cereals that I brought, Froot Loops and Frosted Flakes :). After Aladdin, we had our “chit-chat” time with Carmen about dreams and our favorite parts in Aladdin. We talked like an hour and we slept about 11:30 p.m. So, we slept…
The next day…
But suddenly, I woke up at 3:00 a.m.! I didn’t know why but I was really awake, so I forced myself to sleep again :). Finally, I woke up at 6:50 a.m. and I woke Eliana up…She was still tired but didn’t get back to sleep. We waited for Gwyneth to wake up. Finally, she woke up at 7:13 a.m. and we made pancake from scratch (without adult supervision haha!) and I made scrambled eggs with cheese. Eliana also microwaved sausages and it was so delicious!
After we ate and took a bath, we played the “Slave Game” which was invented by Eliana’s friend at North Carolina. The Slave Game is a game that there are 2 slaves that are called “Slave #1 and Slave #2.” There is also a slave owner that hurts her/his slaves whenever they show unfaithfulness and all that :).
Well after we had fun, it was time for me to leave. I leaved around 11:00 a.m. I think. So, we all said good-bye to each other.
Me, my parents, and my sisters went to a violin lesson…By the way my teacher, Mrs. Betty Ecklund was from Evangel Baptist Church (where we attend church here in America). She offered me a violin lesson for 30 minutes every weekend and she loaned me a violin. It was really a BIG blessing for me because my music desire was not only to play the piano but to also play the violin! So, THANK GOD!
THANK YOU LORD FOR THESE 2-DAY BLESSINGS!