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Let the Games begin!


*SQUEEEEEEE!!!!!*

It starts today...the State Tournament for my son's baseball team! I. am. excited!!!

Our boys worked hard and played well to get to where they are!


Imma let you in on a little secret. Don't tell the other teams, m'kay?

Here it is:


Boy can bunt. And the boy's got speed.

I like to think he got that from me. :) (Dad, stop laughing.) Okay, well...maybe not. His mama's got nothing to show for in the athletic department. Now, if we were talkin' brains? Okay, well...scratch that too... Good looks? Mmmm, well...how 'bout we just stop talking about what it is that he got from me.

Prolly better that way.

We were undefeated going into the championship game. I begged and pleaded and bartered and sweet talked my way into finding someone to work for me the night of the champioship game, and guess what? It worked!


But, guess what else? I forgot my camera. BOO!!

Anyway, they lost. (Boo!! Hiss!!)

HOWEVER, it is a double elimination bracket, which means that that was their first loss, which means that they got a second chance the next day...and y'all know THAT turned out:


YIPPEE!!!!

Way to go boys!


Here's hoping to a bunch of wins over the next few days!

Good luck!


Comments

  1. Hooray! I hope they continue to do well!

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  2. Love that last picture - they look so happy - all those smiles! That's what fun is all about :)

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  3. LOVE me some baseball, ya know! :) I am so happy for you guys to get to play in the state championship! Perri got to go two years in a row (softball) and we had a blast.

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  4. they look like they are a team together. I am so glad you got to go.

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