Well that was a great game. COLD, but great. By the middle of the 7th, I couldn’t feel my tiny little rat feet any longer.
Here is my group of young singers, after the dawn’s early light.
Cool. Really cool. Like 46 degrees and windy cool. But totally fun. Score: Tribe, 7, Dirty Socks, 4. Nice.
It’s Mondayne. I hate it.
Wow that was great!!!!!!
Now THAT is how the Star Spangled Banner should be heard!!! What a beautiful sound those kids make. Tears and chicken skin it sure gave me! Great job.
Thank you, Mave! And we appreciate you taking care of Pup while we were gone playing around all day! You’re the best!
WHAT A DELIGHT! the best decision I ever made was to turn down tickets to the most boring game on earth on a day when the beer freezes [although 11 runs is pretty exciting – I would have been cheering for ALL] – Sorry I missed hearing your kids sing though, THEY SOUNDED GREAT! – thanks for sharing
Thanks, Kaybird. Hey, do I know you???
Jacob and my mom watched for you and the choir on TV, but, of course, they didn’t show any of it!
I know, rats. They certainly *could* show it, but they never do. I know why, too (they want people to come to the game), but it still stinks for folks who can’t make it.
Yay! The recording came out really well. What a great experience. And a decent picture…if only Dakota and George didn’t look like they wanted to kill someone.