Soccer Tournament Pictures—LOTS of ’em

Whew, what a weekend! Even though the weather was warm, we really did have a good time out there at the soccer fields. Caroline and her teammates played hard, but had a lot of fun, too. It was a great opportunity to meet some new people.

In the end, the girls went 2-2. It was a great experience and I am very happy that Caroline was asked to participate.

lots of liquid


pre-game fuel

Golden Grahams (one of my favorites!)

lots of sunscreen

my old lady sunscreen

they played 5 on 5 without goalies and with these puny nets

there were tons of umbrellas at the event..too bad none of them belonged to me!

one of the dads had a cooler full of ice pops—that was the hit of the tournament

spray bottles worked, too

come to mama

bad ass lens

practice shot–not a real goal–although she did score one in the second game!

the field was right near the parking lot and many balls ended up by the cars

handshake at the end of the tournament

LMVSC Patriots


charging the coach

with water balloons

after each game the girls exchange patches with each team

Yesterday we came home between games; today we went to lunch and to see Toy Story 3. It was a great movie and I’m glad we went, although that 3-D stuff is such a rip off. Two tickets cost $25.75!

Caroline isn’t a cheap date, that’s for sure. Between our Panera lunch and the movies, a ball of yarn at the fabric store and two Frosties at Wendy’s (to support the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption), I dropped quite a chunk of change on her. I guess she’s worth it!
We’re tired, tan and all soccered out.
I hope you had a good weekend, too!
PS–Happy Father’s Day!


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