After an action packed weekend including baseball games, movies, work and another small child in my home our kids were beat. Especially Honey. And when Honey gets tired, well, let's just say she ain't so sweet no more!
Friday night was my first ball game back with our Emmanuel team. I missed the first game of the season because of the horrible cold that I caught about 2 days beforehand. I came back swinging this season. I actually did! I hit my first ever triple! It was an honest triple too! As you can tell, I'm still proud of it. What can I say? As of today, it's the highlight of my whole career... ever... since I was a kid and used to pick flowers in the outfield. What was gross was around 9:30 the June bugs came out. It made me think of my team mate, Rachel, a few years ago when I accidently flung one on her because I had picked it up and didn't realize they had the ability to stick to you. YYUuuuuuggghhhhh! I can still feel it.
**Side note: I haven't played in since about halfway through the season last year and I am S.O.R.E!!!!! Having a cold and being sore are not a good combination. End side note.**
As a surprise for the kids since they were so good at the baseball game (virtually unheard of in past years) we took them to see Angry Birds. The kids loved it! I can't tell a lie, I was very surprised by it. I actually really enjoyed it myself. I would recommend it to parents with young children.
To cap it all off B-Man had a friend over and Sunday after church and I took the 3 kids to the Rabbit Rescue to see the bunnies again. Honey really wanted to head back and see how everyone is doing and as always, I wanted to get some kisses from Peter.
Throw some work in there and I have to say I'm "all funned out" tonight and ready for bed. Good night all!
You know the saying, the grass is always greener on the other side? This is my attempt to find greener grass right where I am in my life.
BTW - I'm the one on the right, just in case you didn't already know that.