The Flash 1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.17, 1.18, 1.19, 1.20, 1.21, 1.22
I set an alarm to wake up at 8 am. I’ll let you guys guess; did I wake up? If you answered no, then you’re right and you probably know me or you’re keeping up with my posts. I ACTUALLY got up at around 9:30. I heard talking from my room, while I was still asleep. I was confused because it was my mom, but I thought she had to pick up Erica from her SAT subject test at around 9:30. I got up and my mom was a few minutes away from leaving. I went back to my room to watch The Flash before our family embarked on a family outing.
We were on our way to Rory’s dance recital and I was pretty tired in the car. I mean I was excited to go, but I was just SO tired. We got there and I immediately saw Ryan jumping around. He really stood out because he was wearing his dirty baseball uniform. We went in and sat with their family. They had just come from a baseball game and Rory had to quickly change into her dance uniform even though she was covered in dirt. After changing, she was covered in glitter which, of course, got everywhere.
Rory danced in the third dance of the recital which means that we had to sit through the rest of the dances anyway. Rory danced to Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah and it was really cute because all them were singing to the song while they were dancing. After her dance, it was just like any other recital; there were older dancers, who were pretty good, and younger dancers, who couldn’t remember their routines, but were really cute. There was this group of 18-month-old kids who pretty much just stood on stage: there were these twins who were just twirling, a little boy who kicked every once in a while, a girl of just stood there biting her nails, and a little girl who really was trying. It was SO CUTE.
Once the recital had ended, everyone flooded out of the auditorium. Everyone was taking pictures, flowers were being given, and I was extremely overwhelmed. We waited for Rory to give flowers to her teacher before leaving. We also took the picture that’s the featured picture; Rory wouldn’t take a picture with us unless I carried her. She’s not a baby anymore, and it’s getting harder to carry her. Hopefully she won’t want to be carried when she’s older. Also, because she took the picture, she got to have candy. We took her back inside to buy some, and she chose tropical Starburst.
We headed to this restaurant called Teddy’s for lunch, but I wasn’t really that hungry. Marymar and her family had been there before, but my family hadn’t, so it took us a while to figure out what we wanted to eat. By the time we were all there, Rory had eaten ALL of her Starburst and was still ready to eat. My mom and I split a grilled chicken sandwich, while Erica just ate my dad’s fries. It was really good; it’s too bad that the restaurant is far from our house because I’d go more often if it were closer. Erica and I also got drinks: she got a chocolate shake and I got a root beer float. We sat there and talked for a bit while eating. Erica and I were watching Ryan and Rory. Ryan was playing Super Mario Run and Rory was watching a show I didn’t recognize. Even when the food came, Rory kept watching. She was acting like a baby the entire time we were there; she does it a lot when she’s tired. Ryan, on the other hand, stuck all of his fries in ketchup and ripped up his chicken nuggets and stuck them in ketchup too. He really loves his chicken nuggets, even more than I do.
When we were done eating, my family and I headed home. I fell asleep in the car, so the ride felt really short. When we got home, we all split up to do our own things. Erica and I played Just Dance 2017 for the first time in a while, and it was really fun! We got tired fast, though, because we’re both so out of shape. So, I kept watching The Flash with Erica while she was doing other things. For the rest of the day, I pretty much just watched TV. My parents went to a volunteer meetup at someone’s house for dinner. That means Erica and I were left alone for hours with nothing to do. We weren’t even hungry, so we didn’t even cook any food. We just sat and did nothing really.
After a few hours of watching TV, Erica did eventually make grilled cheese, and I ate some waffles. Our parents came home with some desserts and we ate them. Other than the first part of the day, it was just another normal, TV-watching day.