Thursday, May 7, 2009

Absence makes the heart grow fonder...

I have not had time to sit down and blog for two weeks!!!! Believe me, I've been keeping up on yours as I can type one in and have time to read a post between classes, but not time to sit and write my own. I have two words for you, HOUSE and BASEBALL.

This is very scary for me, but two weeks ago my man and I decided to put our house up for sale. This is MY first house. The house where we really became a family. We have been doing little things here and there to get it ready. My man worked his tail off opening and cleaning the pool, putting up new ceiling tiles, installing a ceiling fan, and finishing the trim in the kitchen. All I really had to do was clean. It's times like this that I wonder why I don't take time to clean like this more often! The sign went in the yard's such a crazy time. Do we look at houses that we like when we don't know what will happen with our house? Our realtor is VERY positive. She has had lots of inquiries about our house already.
We have been living baseball for about a month, but since May 1 I think we might as well sleep at the ballpark, too. Tonight was actually our first night in two weeks without any practices or games! B has had 2 games and won them both. He is a different kid this year. Last year he had a poor attitude and refused to play unless his father was in the stands. This year, he hustles and even made a double play in the first inning of the first game. I just want him to get a hit now to build his confidence even more. Gman had his first game last night. I'm not crazy about his coach this year. He's not really good with the kids. When they do something wrong, he stands there and says, "what did I tell ya?" instead of going over and showing them how to do it. They won 18-2 and he told them they needed to play harder next time! I don't care if my child wins, just want him to learn something and show growth. I think I'm going to have to bite my tongue alot this season!
This is a long post, but I'll wrap up with some pictures for Discovery Depot, the children's museum in town. Mary and I snuck out with Cole Pickles, Reester, and Gman while the men did some work last weekend. We were even able to head to some shops and check out the farmer's market.

My Monkey and The Rookie Firefighters

Future waitress? Uh-Oh! They are ready to drive!

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