Friday, December 7, 2012

T Ball

 
Now joining a team for the first time is a real treat.
Hitting the first ball with a bat is a marvelous feeling.
Touching first base, then second, then third and then home
is the best feeling in the world.
Doing a home run! Wow!
Nothing better.
We as parents, thrive watching our children growing, with
every step they take.
The team is a bunch of guys who become great friends
because of what they do and the Daddies who find the
time to be there , make great memories for their kids.

Every child needs exposure to many things as it is a sponge
ready to learn and absorb a new world, which only begins
once they are old enough to open their eyes to actually
see and comprehend it.

As the bat swings and cracks onto the ball, it flies high...
away in the sky. You watch it a moment before beginning the big run and
boy, sometimes you never knew you could run so fast.
Wow! Cool!
From there on end, your life becomes a race
and as you get older
you begin to wonder, what was all the fuss about?
You could have walked and made base and even home.
You could have cracked that ball soo hard, no one would find it. lol

Games teach us many things, if we were only trained to think about what our actions
are really for.
This little boy is a grown man now and spends a lot of time with his own little girl,

 

the apple of his eye, as he was once the apple in our eyes.
Children are Gods' Blessings and our rewards.
They are born to love and to be loved.
Till our dying day.

xoxoxoxoxxo


6 comments:

Mama Zen said...

I have great memories of playing little league baseball when I was a kid. I was the only girl in the league.

A Lady's Life said...


Mama Zen - that must have been special being the only girl on the team. lol You were also probably the best batter too.:)
I also played but it was soft ball and we were all mixed.

Adam said...

I'll never forget my old baseball days. 1st grade to 10th.

SandyCarlson said...

Beautifully said!

A Lady's Life said...

Adam Wow! You played a long time Why did you quit?
My son is still in soccer I dont think he will ever stop. He loves it.

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Sandy