Tuesday, June 10, 2014

a sporting day

Today's agenda:
8-10 a.m. Mr. G and Mr. B to basketball camp.  Green Girl checks bins for clean uniforms, socks, etc.  Tracks down missing glove/water bottle/cleats.  Everyone eats lunch.  Pack sweatshirts, baseball gear, book for Mr. G's game, sunscreen, water bottles, uniforms & cleats.
12  Load Momvan for trip to bank (for hot dog/slushie/sunflower seed money) then on to Varsity Baseball Sectional game--GO IRISH!
1 p.m.  First game begins.
3:30 p.m. Head back home (after first Varsity win), Varsity begins second game of day
4:30 p.m. Mr. G has team pictures
4:40 p.m. Mr. B has team pictures
5-7 p.m. concessions stand duty (use $ to bribe Mr. T to stand in as Green Girl will be in dugout)
5:15 p.m. Mr. G has league game (in dugout keeping book as Mr. D will still be coaching the varsity game)
6:45 p.m.  Mr. B has league game (in dugout keeping book unless Mr. D's team loses and he's back in town to coach)

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  1. We are headed to Richmond to catch their minor league team in action Friday night. Looking forward to it. That's our sporting news.

  2. Hmmm . . . 6:00 pm (Mondays) take Emma to Kempo, drop her off, go to restaurant and enjoy dinner with spouse. 12 noon (Saturdays) take Emma to Kempo, drop her off, go to restaurant to read/work/eat lunch. I have it a lot easier than you!

  3. Okay, I'm exhausted from reading that! Especially the "tracking down stuff" part near the beginning.

  4. I loved keeping score for the team. Especially when the umpire would turn to me and say, "How many outs you have?" Loved it.

  5. It sounds wrong for me to type: "You make me tired."

    So I won't. More, your life is crazy hectic, and you show up for it in spades, and that sounds exhausting. Yea, that's what I mean. Glad for the odd slushie here and there!

  6. A busy, busy day for you, and one of many I'm sure!


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