When Brigham Young and the first group of saints marched into the Salt Lake valley and he informed them that this was the right place, I think some of them questioned him. Really? You want us to live here? Are you sure?
I am with those early saints right now. We're moving to Utah-I spent the last few days there and I admit I just kept thinking-really? This is the place? I am going to live here? It's going to take some adjusting after beautiful San Diego.
But, this helps:
This kitchen was definitely one of the biggest draws:
Sunday, March 13, 2011
What seemed like a good idea when we signed up started to worry us last week when their very first games were much longer than we anticipated. I mean, they were loooong. And they each have 17 games. Oh wow. I wonder how we will be feeling about Little League when June rolls around and we are just finally finishing up games.
But, they seem like they are having a good time, Nathan in particular, which surprised me because I sort of felt like we were feeding him to the wolves starting him this late with a bunch of boys who have been playing for years and who have dads who are a bit obsessed. So I am glad he is enjoying it.
Nathan plays for the Angels. A friend got a picture of him at his very first "at bat" experience, but he hasn't sent it to me, so I will have to add it to the blog when he does. Yesterday, in Nathan's second game he got his very first hit! I feel so proud of him and I wasn't even there to see it! That machine pitched ball can be quite intimidating so I am thrilled that he managed to connect with it. This is the only picture I have of him so far: (someone else took this-he just happens to be in it)
And now I have another picture: His very first at bat attempt:
Jack plays for the Diamondbacks. The thing about Jack is, no matter what he is doing or how he is playing, he thinks he is awesome. Glad he has some confidence in himself. :)
His favorite thing to do when playing in the field is to avoid the ball. He hopes it won't come to him at all.