The family went yesterday to watch WVU's Women move to the next round of the Big East Soccer Finals. We had a blast and Georgia enjoyed watching the big win.
After the game Melissa and I thought it best to left Georgia get out all of her energy before going home. So she took a few laps around the track, but we were amazed how much energy she had when she finished. Isn't she cute?
Yesterday was our 3rd wedding anniversary, boy does time fly. Of course for our anniversary we did the normal dinner (large mushroom pizza from Pizza Al's) and a show (WVU-Pitt soccer game), this year we had a guest for both, Georgia made sure that we were enjoying every minute.
The whole night was perfect! Melissa was smiling, Georgia had a blast like she always does at the soccer field and WVU beat Pitt.
Melissa and I took Georgia to her first sporting event. There was a double-header that included the WVU Men's and Women's Soccer teams and for a bonus, it was Dollar Day.
Georgia hates to wear a hat and with the sun beating down we had to try something, so I tied a bandana on and surprisingly she liked it. Georgia danced to the music that came over the loudspeaker ate tons of popcorn. She only lasted till halftime of the women's game, but that was longer than we expected.
In 2002 I had to sit through a presentation by the WVDLC, needless to say I was somewhat pissed. Not only was it 1 hour of my life I will never get back, but when I feel asleep I drooled on my favorite shirt and left a stain.
If you are someone who wants to be taken seriously, mainly WVDLC and Monongalia County Commission, please get an email address that does not include "aol.com." If you do not think enough of your business to upgrade your email service everyone will think that you are either lazy or stupid, or both.
I would suggest google or hotmail, they are both free. However, since you have an AOL account I know you will never see this because you obliviously have no idea how to use the Internet.
I cannot tell you how happy we were when G was finally facing forward in a car seat. Have you ever been on a trip and your kid hasn't made a sound for a long time? What did you do? I jammed my hand back and pinched her nose until she woke up, moved or started crying. Now I can just check the rear view and see her smiling face.
The wife and I have decided to combine our blogs, since neither of us were really on top of posting both blogs fell into ruin. I gave up Facebook about a month or so ago and it is amazing how much free time I have.
Over the last year we have been pretty busy and Georgia is keeping us on the move. I started WVU over the summer and hope to be finished up by next summer. Then at 40 I will have to decide what I want to be when I grow up.
Hope everything has been well for everyone and we will be keeping this thing up more often, if you would like to see what is going on in our little slice of the world.