There is a pool in Myrtle Creek. We have been there a few times. As I have mentioned several times before, Jenna LOVES the water. She would like to live in the water 24/7. We went there yesterday, but I did not get in with her. I sat on the side lines and mostly read, but every once in a while I would look up to see how she was doing.
Public swimming is from 1:30 to 4:30. I was surprised to see her willingly get out of the pool and wrap a towel around her and met her on the side. It wasn’t until then that I learned she had NOT gotten out willingly, but had been kicked out along with everybody else. I decided to sign her up for swim lessons.
As I stood reading over the schedule, I noticed that water aerobics is taught 5 days a week. 3 days offered Mon, Wed and Fri at 5:30 (which is when the sun is still blasting down) and Tues and Thursday at 9:00 am. I figured Jenna could wait an hour for me and then I would wait a half hour for her.
I enjoyed the intimacy of the pool and the amount of space in which the class was allowed to travel. It has actually been a while since I’ve been to aerobics (not since I lived in Kearns) and I enjoyed the workout and the welcome to the class.
Unlike the pool area in Kearns – which always seems dark to me – the class was held outdoors in the bright sunshine and there is an awesome view of Oregon and there was a nice breeze and I really loved being there.
Jenna seemed uncomfortable with the swimming level I had chosen for her, and so we changed it to a different level that will go for two weeks, and then I can probably put her back in the level she was in this morning and then to the next level after that. Thus by the end of summer she should have three levels completed and know how to actually swim instead of just being able to save herself from drowning (which is good – but not as complete)
Here’s to an incredible summer!