LaCrosse’

Our son, Cade, and his daughter, Brodie, moved to York when we left Washington to come home.  After Cade got her into school, Holy Trinity, he told her to pick out a sport to play.  We suggested all of the regular sports and she wasn’t interested.

Then one day she comes home from school she shoots upstairs where I am where she tells me about a new game they played at school.  It had something to do with catching a ball with a net.  I ask what it is it called; she says she doesn’t know.  Then she tells me she has a paperwork on it.

The sport was called LaCrosse which none of us from Alaska never had any experience with it.  Now though we are all getting into it.  Cade has become the Most Valuable Dad.  He brings snacks and drinks to all practices.

Brodie loves playing goalie.  She can really toss the ball.  Her team knows she tosses it really far and are ready for her toss.

GO IRISH!

We are now a LaCrosse family.  Brodie told us we will be going to a lot of games for a long time.

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Valentine’s Parties

David and I made it safe and sound to Seattle on the 12th of February. My daughter, Sarah, picked us up and by the time we got to bed we were worn our from the long flight and all the time changes from one side of the country to the other.

It was so nice to see our granddaughters, Willow, Meadow and Brodie, when they got up for school the next morning. They are all in elementary school, 5th, 4th and 2nd. Of course they were having Valentine’s parties on the 14th.

We started off in Meadow’s 4th grade class. They had to make Valentine Boxes that had moving parts. Meadow made a giraffe with a moving tongue, neck and ears.

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