Saturday, May 7, 2016

Weekend happenings

Emma was honored at the last FCCLA (Future Community and Civic Leaders of American, formally FHA-Future Homemakers of America) meeting as an officer this past year.  This picture is of her and Bryanna Mickelson who was the president.

Emma and Bryanna are holding their towels and smiling in the background.
Andy had his last home soccer game on Friday against #1 Jackson.  They did much better this time playing them than they did last time, but still lost 2-1. We got some good action shots of Andy.

Andy is diving for the ball with the yellow shoes.

Crouched as he recovered the ball.

Going for the ball in the blue keeper jersey.

Caught it!

Andy in action

The varsity girls beat Jackson, which was an awesome last home game for them since Jackson girls are ranked #1 in the state.  It was senior night for the varsity players and Emma is the manager for the varsity girls and so she got flowers and a balloon and got to walk out on the field with the senior girl players.  Here she is during the game taking turns filming.  The guy on the left is the radio announcer.  It was REALLY windy on Friday during the game and she froze since she had to wear a dress as the manager. 

Today, Saturday, was Eric's last track meet and it was here in Worland which is something to rejoice about!  He ran the 1600 meter and wanted to break 7 minutes and he did, he got a personal best with a time of 6:55!  Go Eric!

Eric running with his friend, Tradon. 
Brian and I have been out walking since the weather is a little better (even though it rained for the track meet today).  There is a path that goes around the sugar beat fields and the canal by our house.  Brian got home from a walk the other day and said he hit the wildlife jackpot.  He saw a muskrat in the canal, a pheasant, a snake in the path, and a deer!  Awesome!

I would have turned around and left if I would have seen this guy!

Here is his deer friend.

I went on the same path the next day with my friend and we saw nothing!  I would have liked to see the deer, pheasant and muskrat, but definitely not the snake!

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