Thursday, April 30, 2009

Catching Up...

OK, I haven't posted in a while...

Tuesday, Scouts 6U team the Hueytown Mustangs (as opposed to the Birmingham Mustangs which is Delaney's team) went wild!... They held their opponents to 4 runs (3 in the first, 0 in the second, and 1 in the third) while scoring 25 runs of their own. There's nothing like seeing 6 year olds catch popups, turning double plays and throwing girls out at first unless its watching every girl on the team hit the ball (unlike at the beginning of the season) and having 2 home runs and one of them a GRAND SLAM.

I love it!

Yesterday I heard about my Cousin Cindy, she's been on here a few times... she's had another stroke and needs everyone's prayers right now. She lives in Oklahoma, but don't hold that against her.... she still needs prayers.

My Dad had an Arteriogram (sp?) yesterday but the blockage they were looking for was only 30% and they didn't have to put in a stint. He's back at home now doing fine.

This weekend we'll be in Dalton Ga for Delaney's Softball Tournament, we've made plans for a hotel in Montgomery and we'll be seeing The Alabama Shakespear Production of The Commedy of Errors for our Anniversary. Then I've got to make reservations for Pigeon Forge for another Tournament. Pigeon Forge is on the Edge of the Great Smokey Mtns and its a tournament we love to attend!

Then of course we've already made reservations for June to spend a weekend at the beach with two other families at a Beach House in Gulf Shores! Can't wait for that one.

Then a Weeklong trip to Panama City Beach, FL in July for the USFA World Series. If you don't think we'll spend some days on the beach there, then I'll send you my liquor bill! :)

Lots of fun coming up this summer.... now if I just have the money for all this!


joy said...

Wait a minute! Lots of wonderful people live in me and Cousin Cindy.

Monogram Queen said...

Prayers for your cousin Gary and congrats on a wonderful softball season!!! Lots of good stuff lie ahead! Enjoy and never take a single day for granted.