Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Basketball Season Has Started

Basketball season has started!
Krista's first game was on Saturday.
They played Sioux County, which is a scrappy little team.
I thought I was going to have to take Krista into the locker room and teach her how to throw an elbow!
  
Krista played hard.

She is very task-oriented.  She has the play in her head and by gosh, she is going to execute the play exactly as it was mapped out by the coach.  Never mind if she is wide open.
 
It's always nice to win the first game of the season.

 
I'm glad that we went up.
Aunt Sue and Mardell had a marvelous visit.

 
Dani enjoyed the snack bar.

 
They had the best dill pickles.
And the best beef jerkey.
And let's not forget the skittles!

 
 
They were just a little sour.
Dad even tried them, but he didn't make the same faces.  Those must have come from Sister Two's side.
 
Afterwards, we met Taylor and Alyssa at Ken and Dale's for lunch.

 
We saw even more family there .... Dick and Barb were there as well as Gary.
I swear if you want to see someone in Alliance, all you have to do is go to Ken and Dale's.  I don't think I've ever been there without seeing someone I know .... which is saying a lot because I don't know many people!
Taylor had to leave early, so Froglegs took advantage and moved in on Alyssa.

 
Katie threatened to break my really cool camera.

 
Or wait, was it my head that she threatened to break?!

 
All in all, it was a great day and I'm really glad that basketball season has started!

4 comments:

SisterTwo said...

Okay where was Dick and Barb at? I didn't see them. What a wonderful picture of sister two. Much better than my youth picture from a previous post.

Sue said...

It was a fun morning - hope we get to do it again - love that camera!!!

Sue said...

Sister Two - Dick and Barb were in front of you and to your left. Barb came over to the table. Remember - you were sitting right there!! LOL

SisterTwo said...

They had to stop before we got there. I didn't see them. I would have talked to Barb, especially since she just got out of the hospital and was near death.