Sunday, June 30, 2013
The above picture is her with Maestro when he was 3 weeks old.
And her with Little Red a bit older. He used to be pretty interested in her glasses because at the time, no one else he knew wore them...now, age having set in, we all do.
And one of the people I know will miss her most is her wonderful son. I have eluded to the fact that his father was not in his life by choice after he was 12, and his mother had raised him a lot alone anyways as he was deployed a lot. Music Man has a special place in his heart for his mom. She did an amazing job at raising a wonderful son to be an even better father and husband, something he did not have any example of in his own life.
I will miss most her laugh, sense of adventure and hugs. She worked out every day at the YMCA in her home town and was absolutely, by far, one of the healthiest people I know, my role model. She had so many friends, it was amazing to see how many people came to her wake. She was very well loved.
We had other news to report as well, but I'm going to leave this one here. Sandy, I love you, I miss you and I'm so sorry that our boys didn't get to have you longer. So sad to have to say goodbye way too soon.
Peace be with you, ~Peacemom
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
The boys had a good time meeting new kids from other towns in the dugout. This is our three players from our town.
Maestro was even able to come and watch some of his little brother play. We had to leave to go to his first play off game right from this field. Maestro needed the umbrella, like I said, the sun was very hot that day!
Little Red got a hit in the game as well as made a great throw to home from second base! He's had a fun season so far. His playoffs will start soon and we'll be taking the summer off from baseball after that. And maybe some fall ball once the weather turns a little cooler.
Take me out to the ball game, ~Peacemom