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.
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.
♥Love our team.
Everyone came and had a good time. Not too much to report, actually. We won. We played against a neighboring team, final score 19-18.
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 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.
Can we all just have a group hug and say, well done?
In my cool skype interview with her that lasted a couple of hours I found out some truly amazing information about what it is like to live in Africa.
I think she might have learned something about living in Italy.
Here’s the roundup.
♥ Some people pay $100,000 bucks for a Safari.
♥ It’s dangerous as you want it to be. Like when I moved to Italy and everyone said watch out for your purse. They say the same about Americans. It’s just fear guys. Don’t let it stop you from living.
Like any country you learn where to go and where not to, there is crime everywhere in the world. That should not stop you. Just learn how to protect yourself, listen to your instincts. You get to know yourself even better by putting yourself out there. It is an amazing world with colourful people and wildlife.
♥ My sweet long blonde haired blue eyed goddess, single mom of three equally beautiful daughters had a charmed life that I think it is fair to say we can all envy. She GREW up with a lion raised in captivity, named Zamba.
She also suffered the heart ache and loss that comes with that intense love, I can only imagine.
♥ We spoke about how wonderful animals are for therapy, especially used for kids in schools. The way it works is the kids spend time with the animals and bond. I’d like to explain it better but I think you get the point.
♥ Tana and I have had a couple of fans. We love our fans. We worry when they go over board. She’s been in magazines such as Teen, People and TV Guide. I haven’t.
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There were a whole lot of other things Tana and I talked about like how teachers have can make or break students. I thank God at the moment for the cool teacher who wrote ‘Excellent’ on my essay when I was ten. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
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