Saturday, January 31, 2009

A Victory Lunch....

It is Saturday once again, and against our better judgements, we let the boys play their basketball games this morning. Brendan's fever broke yesterday afternoon and they both had a decent night sleep med free, so with lots of begging, we said yes to their pleas to play!

Every now and then, because they are on different teams due to age, they have games at the same time, different schools. This morning was one of these mornings; so Ryan went with Brendan and I took Colin.


Brendan ready to go...

Off they go...

Here we go...

Sadly, since we were at 2 different school and only 1 camera, Colin was the only one to get some action shots! Here is one of him on big D!
Great block...

Both boys contributed to their team's victories, even under the weather!
Way to go boys....
Here they are enjoying their victory lunch of McDonald's! Yummy!

Until next Saturday...

Wishing you a bouncing week!

10 comments:

Thankful Paul said...

Hello! :)

mama's smitten said...

Glad I found ya. Great Pics!

Alicia said...

Those are great pics, Stacey!!

Gotta love Mickey D's!!

Lisa said...

Glad to hear that they are both feeling better!!

Jane Anne said...

That is great defense and a great picture of it!! Glad they are feeling a bit better.

Lisa said...

Wonderful weekend of sports, I am glad they are feeling better too.

He And Me + 3 said...

You are too funny. Glad they both won and were well enough to play!

Leigh said...

Next time you have a situation like this, come get my spare camera!

Glad the boys are feeling better.

The Thompson's said...

Go boys!! Thats the way to get in there under adverse conditions and sacrifice for the team. Being a coach I can appreciate that.

Carol said...

I had a "sicki" at home this week, too. Boy was he bad. It was my twelve year old, Austin. He had a headache, backache, fever, nausea, vomiting and on top of that, head congestion. He is still recovering and it started on Tuesday.

Today he opted out of a baseball camp because of still not being himself.

Anyway, I'm glad your boys had the opportunity to play because they are doing better.