So exciting and a great way to play and finish up. Hugs to you! :O)
seriously want to see a hockey game SO badly! I've never been but you sure gave me some insight...how fun :)
Wow, what a great story of community and comaraderie -- and love of the game!
The fact that your son can play hockey is amazing to me! That sport seems so hard and TOUGH!We don't have an ice rink nearby, but it is pretty impressive that they can skate, much less play a sport in skates! Once I ice skated as a kid and I almost busted my rump!I actually got a sunburn at soccer Saturday. In Feb.? How absurd is that? I looked like a doofus at church today with a bright red neck and chest. Who wears sunscreen in Feb.?I think the teamwork your boys displayed speaks volumes for their character. My son's team has had to work out some kinks this year, but they are learning to win (and lose) more graciously and as a supportive team and not a bunch of individuals.Sports can teach a lot of life lessons, can't they?
You crack me up! The training I was at recently where the main speaker did not show up, she was from Iowa! I forgot that you two were from there, she could not get out due to FOG! She teaches ski lessons and lives on a gorgeous lake, so I don't know how bad I feel for you getting the best of two worlds!(Just kidding, I do feel bad for you.) except you have a sweet baby to cuddle and keep you warm!!
I grew up in northern Michigan. . .that means I pretty much LOVE hockey. Sadly, not a lot of hockey action in NC!
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