Spanish School, Dominoes and Push-ups
This week was fabulous. I am learned many new things and did many things.
Spanish school has been pretty hard trying to work on the conjugations in the 1st person and getting them right (ex: "yo tengo", not "yo tiene"). I am also working on changing irregular verbs (e for ie...ex: pensar = yo pienso). My teacher and I can communicate easier. I need to work on speaking slow and right, rather than fast and incorrect. That is pretty much what I am doing in Spanish school. We only have a few more months left of language school.
You may think dominoes are for adults or only for playing Mexican train. I used them to do the dominio effect. I used a set of Jenga blocks to build stairs. I also made the dominoes twist and turn without even making a mess. I loved playing with dominoes this week.
1, 2, 10, 40, 80, 102! I did 102 push-ups in a row last Friday. I was not doing them like a pro, but I am glad I was the first one in the family to do 100 push-ups in a row. Our family (except Mom...she has a broken ankle still) said by the end of 2020 we will do 100 push-ups in a row by the end of this year. I can't believe it at all that I reached the goal. When I first started I couldn't even do 10 in a row, but now thanks to God I can do 102 in a row.
P.S. Thank y'all for your prayers and support. I can't wait to see y'all soon. God bless y'all. See you next Tuesday.