Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Go Twins!

Well, my promised new post "tomorrow" is about a week late.  Internet at the parent's house is down, maybe a sign from up above that I need to unwind from even my computer time on this vacation.  Tonight I am at Caribou, the upper midwestern Starbucks.  It is lovely to be here in the quiet with my computer. When I sit here, with my headphones in front of my computer, I wonder if everyone can tell how small my life is, that I spend nearly all my time nurturing 5 little boys.  Does it show on my face, or worse yet, am I dressed like a mom?  Or do they think I am doing something really important on my computer, like sending business emails to Japan, or studying for my PhD in something or the other.  Instead, I am secretly blogging about our night at the Twins game, but for all they know, I am a brain surgeon.  I love the mystery.
On to the pictures...

I have to start with this one, because I get lost in his little smile.

It really could not have been more beautiful of an evening.

These two stood right here almost the whole game.  That just goes to show you the quality of our seats :)

This one in particular was in baseball heaven.

Because he got to see this guy play.

My very sophisticated husband.  The even funnier thing is on his next bite, mustard dripped on his pants.

Go Twins! (but no, they did not win)

This is where my older kids have been all week.  Don't my parents look tired?  But the kids are sunburned and having the time of their lives.  And Nathan and I have had fun hopping around Minneapolis, seeing friends and doing some shopping for clearance summer items.  Thank Mom & Dad, for loving your grandkids enough to want to cram 2 adults and 6 kids in a trailer that sleeps 6.  That is real love.


Anonymous said...

So adorable! I love a good baseball game. :). Your boys are all so cute! I live chris's pic... That's something Brent would do....hehe.


Krista said...

I love your first paragraph-- have thought the exact same things but never could have worded it so clever and thoughtfully. I felt like I was reading Meg Ryan in You've Got Mail. (Were you in high school when that came out??)
Great pics.....of course! Hurry home!