We got her all dressed up in her uniform, and I think that I was more excited than Mirah. You can see it on my face, also by the number of pictures that will be in this post. Everything was perfect.
Well, everything except the air quality. The inversion was TERRIBLE that day. The worst I have seen in memory.
This was our view drving down to Lakeside Park where her game would be held.
Karl had scouts that night, so he wasn’t there to help me get the kids, the chairs, and all of our stuff to the field. BUT we made it!
Lucas was excited to be on the field and have his snack.
Mirah’s coach and teammates.
MIRAH is number 9 BTW.
Here with a team mate, checking out the goal.
We got so excited to get to the game, we hadn’t had dinner. So we loaded up on snacks while we waited for it to start.
And the game began! Lucas and I sitting together, cheering Mirah on.
Soon enough, Karl arrived.
Mirah was all over the feild! She ran and fell, and kicked and jumped!
Here she is with her coach!!
She was having a blast.
It was during this game the girls gave themselves a name!
A name as fierce as they are!
The Purple Sharks!
Their fierce competition, the Blue Team.
But everyone was having fun! GO Mirah!
No one makes him laugh like his dad.
One more round of goals!
And it was time for the game to be over!
And we won! Well, everyone won, because everyone is a winner when they play fair and have fun!
Mirah’s first good game line. It was hilarious, because none of them had done it before and they we just milling around with Adults trying to get them to high five each other.
No one told Lucas players only.
The next day we had Practice.
It was a serious evening of drills.
Coach Thomas was having a tough time motivating them.
They were still pretty tuckered out from the game.