We had a very busy week-end but have no pictures to prove it.
My friend Terri and I were chosen (delegated) to represent our Little League Board of Directors in Belvedere Friday night for the major league State Championship game. This ball park was not in the best part of town so we were a little reluctant to go alone but we did and lived to tell about it. As one of the parents said "it is never a good sign when on your first night you see a guy running down the street carrying a cash register". Despite where we had to travel it was a great game and Warner Robins won the State Championship again and will be traveling to Florida to play in the Southeast Regional tournament starting Saturday. They of course have hopes of making it to the World Series again this year.
On Saturday we had try-outs for the girls travel softball team that Autumn will be playing on and Jason and I will be coaching this fall. We had a good turn out but will definitely be a young team with inexperienced pitching. We won't loose all the games but certainly will not win them all either. One thing for certain we will have fun and hope to learn in the process.
Sunday I enjoyed the 95 degree weather working in the yard. Pulling weeds, cleaning out the pool, washing windows all those fun things. I did get some help from Taylor since he is still on restriction from his sneaking out adventure. Autumn and Chandler spent the day at the lake with my parents skiing, tubing and riding the jet ski. They had a blast as always and were exhausted last night.
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