Not like any a-thon I’ve ever been a part of, but they had fun. It was both of the classes skating together, first around in circles, then they did some drills and skill practicing games. They had a ton of fun. Before they started, we set a goal of 15 laps for BigKid, and 2 laps for SmallKid (hey, she’s got short legs). BigKid lost count after 2, she says, and nobody thought to count for her. SmallKid, by virtue of being much slower, is easier to count laps for, so we know she got at least her 2. They both worked so hard, and they did well, considering they only had their standard 30 minute class.
We had to buy BigKid some new skates, as her old ones were getting hard to put on, and she’s going like crazy now that she has properly sharpened skates. She’s also falling down a bit more, but she doesn’t seem to mind that so much now that she’s the fastest kid in her class.
You can see SmallKid, BigKid, and one of BigKid’s school classmates in this picture.
It’s not as easy as you’d think, getting pictures through the arena glass.
In case you’re wondering, there is still time to donate to their skate club, just send me a message and we’ll work it out. Only until Wednesday though!