Here Jackson is defending the goal for the third quarter. His team lost. But they played a good game. At one point Mason kept trying to take the ball from Jackson, his teammate. I stood up and yelled, "Don't take the ball from your brother!" And all the parents broke out in laughter. I guess those two are a little competitive with each other, even when they should be playing together.
Jackson had several attempted goals. He's a pretty good little player.
And here's Taylor (his team is called The Leprechauns) shooting at the goal. He missed, but his team tied.
And Carter's game went well. They lost, but he scored his team's only goal! Wahoo, Carter!
I even took a small opportunity and sewed on Sunday afternoon. I don't normally sew on Sundays, but I was trying to force myself to stay awake. One of our smoke detectors went off 4:18 a.m. Sunday morning. It scared us. I wasn't sure if it was a smoke detector or our carbon monoxide detector. (We have about four smoke detectors upstairs and a couple downstairs and they are all inter-connected. Thankfully it didn't go off long enough to set all the detectors off at once. For the most part, the kids slept through it. Some said they heard it.) So Joe and I went and checked all around the house. We had quite an adrenalin rush. We did not find anything but we were wide awake. It was so hard to wake up for church in the morning. I knew if I tried to read on Sunday afternoon or sit idly, I'd fall asleep and totally mess up my sleep schedule, so I sewed.
I am about 3/4 finished the dress. I'm working on all of the bindings and such now. It might be slow moving from here on out. Hopefully I'll have something to show this week.
* Oh, and Joe came home Friday night and left again this morning for the week. Despite having not one, not two, but three mousetraps in my kitchen, no critter has been caught. I'm hoping he moved on. To another house. Maybe one with cats. *