I'm not going to lie. I am a fan of wings. They can be boneless or on the bone. I don't care I love them all. I really haven't found a flavoring I don't like. You want to make them hot? OK. I will take it.
An important lesson in life that I learned was how to fish. It taught me a few things. You know the important things in life like how to provide food when needed. How to be patient. I mean it does take awhile. Knowing how to hook a worm and even clean a fish is important too.
I know getting older is not everyone's favorite thing to do. I mean once you turn a certain age it's not as much fun. I get it. Turning older sure beats the alternative. So when you can find fun things to do you just have to grasp them.
As we are approaching the weekend we start looking for things to do to enjoy our time. I'm not against having a full calendar. I mean our calendars have been very thin over the past year. So overscheduling is not really a problem these days.
Just when we really were hoping to be putting the term Covid behind us this happens. OK I know I am living in a dream world and that word would not be leaving our vocabulary any time soon. I know this word is sticking around. We can hope anyway but here we are with another closing due to Covid.
I mentioned earlier this week that the Junior Achievement will be finally having their movie night this Friday at the Amarillo Botanical Gardens. They will be showing Toy Story 4. The third time hopefully is the charm since it rained out two other times.
The wait is about to be over. The pool at Thompson park is about to be open again. This has been one heck of a ride. It really has. Back in 2018 the news came out that due to safety concerns the pool at Thompson Park was closing.
Junior Achievement planned to have a movie night back in May. The weather didn't cooperate. It got rained out. Then as luck would have it the changed date wouldn't you know it, the rain happened again.