And yet, here I sit with a rather uncomfortable sunburn.
I would like to blame these two little cuties, but it's not their fault.
Oh, but the games were fun. Their team has lost all four games so far, and not to discourage team spirit and loyalty, but I don't care at all. I am tickled that these two are reliably hitting and getting on base almost every time they're up to bat.
WARNING: Obnoxious proud mama moment!
Faith is in the outfield, so she's not seeing much action in the field, but she is rapidly moving up the batting line-up because she keeps hitting. The coach was a little concerned at the start of the season because she was so small and young, but she's proven she can play with the big girls.
And Elinor is playing 2nd base a lot and got two outs in a row today. My voice is a little raw from cheering.
All those rumors about teenage boys eating a lot... it turns out they are true. But a few boxes of pizza is a small price to pay for the enjoyment of such an outstanding group of young men.
Now, you know that I don't know much about D&D, but I have gathered bits and pieces of info about how it works and I know you have a character sheet that gives you all sorts of information about how strong your character is and what they can do and such. That's the extent of my knowledge. The sheets are jam packed with numbers that are hard for me to wrap my mind around.
I appreciated the simplified, but WAY cute character sheets Bethany and Elinor made this week. I can follow these.
The girls and I had a lovely time at the Activity Days Etiquette Dinner this week. I didn't do a lot to help with the meal or planning the event, but I did come help set up and clean things up at the end. I made note that preparing dinner and cleaning up is downright enjoyable when done with friends who are eager to be as helpful as possible. Now, if only I can teach this concept to my people-- it could revolutionize dinner time!