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What a busy week!!!

The last 10 days or so have been a complete blur.

Friday - 5/12: Michael and I went to the State Championship Game for our local high school soccer team (they lost 0-1).

Sunday - 5/14: Mother's Day brunch at Bentwater Golf Club. That's where this great picture was taken. The kids were very well behaved (phew!).

Monday - 5/15: Took Michael, Jack (Michael's friend), and John (Jack's dad) to a Braves game. We left after 5 innings though because it was pretty cold and the Braves were losing 5-1. Of course, they came back and won right after we left.

Wednesday - 5/17: Soccer game (for me) at 7:30 pm then a conference call for work at 10 pm.

Friday - 5/19: Beth left for a well-deserved weekend with the girls in Tennessee. The kids and me went to the Silver Comet Trail for a picnic lunch and a long bike ride. We then stopped to play soccer (Michael's request, honest) on the way home. This picture was taken at our picnic lunch. Oscar said he was tired so he laid his head in Michael's lap and Michael rubber his back. It was so sweet!














Today: Breakfast at Dunkin Donuts. Play time at the huge playground at Lost Mountain Park. Soccer in the house for a few hours (Beth might not like this one). The playground in the neighborhood. And finally, our first trip to the pool. Damn that water was cold, but of course the kids want to go back tomorrow.

Tomorrow: Soccer team party at Fiesta Jumps in Woodstock. Maybe some more pool time. Most importantly, Beth comes home!!!!

Monday: Back to St. Louis. I've been home for 3 weeks; it's been really nice.

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