Our weekend is full of Baseball games. Tomorrow morning David and Michael have games… (doubt Michael will be up to playing... he is struggling with 20+ lbs of extra water weight and generally not feeling real good) Patrick also has a game in the morning… so Ken and I may end up separate for a while…. Patrick is on a Select Traveling team and they are participating in a Tournament this weekend. He has two games tomorrow and one on Sunday.
Patrick is also playing for his regular league team…. (PeeWee’s) and has been asked to play on the older boys team (Pony’s) due to lack of players and him being a good little ball player. Pretty cool huh? He’s the oldest on the PeeWee team and the youngest on the Pony team!
I think this is going to be a good character builder this summer for him
I’m keeping busy with trying to catch up on crochet commitments tending to Michael .. and not neglecting the others.
I started a Quilt’ghan for Michael. He brought home a really cute graphed out picture last week from school that he did using math problems.
I saw it and immediately thought of making a ‘ghan out of it.
I think Michael will get a kick out of having a blanket out of a picture he created.
I think I may dig through old school papers and see if I can find pics from the other two and make them quiltghans too.
Okay…. Off I go…. Need to get some address labels on boxes and get them stacked by the door for tomorrow morning before we head out to ball games.
But first ... a little show and share.............
Gecko bookmark that has become a toy for the boys...
Kittens in a row 'ghan for our kitty (Charlie)
You all have a Fabulous Friday and a Wonderful Weekend!!!!
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