1st Pitch of the Season ~ Root, root, root for the home team.

Lupi Parents and the Mayor, the Honorable L. Minganti

♥ Hi guys, welcome back. New readers welcome.♥

I just got finished uploading the pictures from yesterday’s game on facebook. I’ll try to get some up here too, but you know what? It takes longer, I have to upload them one at a time. So I invite you to pop over there and check them out. Click on this link to see more pictures. If you’re not a friend, by all means, add me.

The game went great. We all had a fun time. Frankly speaking I’m happy it’s over because it took a lot of planning. I know it seems like something simple, but it wasn’t. We had to coordinate everything from seats, to hot dogs, to popcorn, to clothes, to lights, to electricity, to having a fridge, to raking out the earth and cutting the grass. We had to buy benches, paint others, you name it.

Coaches of Excellence.

♥Love our team.

Everyone came and had a good time. Not too much to report, actually. We won. We played against Castenaso, final score 19-18.

The Minerbio Wolves (Lupetti)

Just wanted to say a special thanks for all of the parents, friends and many sponsors who came together to make this event possible. After the game, we had a bbq, danced to great music and had a laugh.:)

Our mayor, the Honorable Lorenzo MInganti, came too so that was cool. Thanks for coming and showing support for our youth and sports.

Thanks for reading, guys. Have a nice day. You’re invited to our next game. Remember, sometimes, the simplest things in life are the most rewarding.

 

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Author: Julie

Blogger. You can find her at @jbuliesblog on twitter.

4 thoughts on “1st Pitch of the Season ~ Root, root, root for the home team.”

  1. Hi Julie,
    Oh how I remember those days, the work and the fun. Yes I would agree the smallest things can be the most rewarding and joyful. Go team!

    1. Hey Tess,

      Thanks for the visit. Love your blog, it’s so positive and sweet. At the game, each run was truly earned just as in life. Sometimes I question if all of my hard work pays off and why I push myself so hard to achieve. Watching the kids run back, gather around me and disperse was like being in the midst of butterflies. I wish I could capture their youth with words, I can’t but I try.

      Julie

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