Monday, October 29, 2007

Soccer/Harvest Party



Well last night my dh and oldest, Chandler arrived home from Chattanooga from the last weekend of premier league. We had to win the first game against the Huntsville Strikers to win the league and we ended up losing 2-0. It was a great game. The Huntsville team is very good. Chandler's team finished 2nd. The only way to qualify for regionals in July is to win premier league or State. We compete in State on the 9,10, and 11 of November. If we win State we go for sure. If we don't win then we hope that Hunstville will win their state because if they do they go to regionals as State winners and with us being second in premier league we get to take their first place spot and head to regionals ourselves. Was that clear as mud???? It has been a great run for our team and now they are just preparing for State. Chandler will also begin his Olympic Development training in about a month and do a couple of tournaments with that team and then for the first time in a long time he will only play on one team in the spring. His school team. In our State you cannot play on any other organized team of soccer if you are on the school team. It will be strange not traveling on weekends but it will be a nice break.

I just walked in from our Harvest party and Farm animal visit. The kids all got to feed the animals and hold a few of them. Last week it rained everyday so it was so nice to have a pretty sunny day for the children. Then we had our little harvest parties in our rooms. I was pretty hot and sweaty by the end of it all. Trying to run to each of my own children's rooms and then my own class's party it was pretty hectic. Maybe it is pre-menopause but even with the cool temps I am finding myself pretty hot lately and I'm not talking about my looks. (haha) Guess what?? I get to do the same thing tomorrow with the Tues/Thurs. class. Yeehaw!! It really was fun though and I with all the activities I did not even have to teach just coral them in.

We are trying to make changes around here to get the house on the market maybe in mid spring. I met with someone about getting new carpet in 2 rooms and hardwood in the living room so we are about to have that done soon as well as painting some rooms and probably new counter tops. It may look so nice I won't want to leave, who knows?
I don't get to blog as often as I would like but I still lurk around when I have the chance. Hope it is a God-centered week for all of you.
Another one from my late pastor, Dr. Adrian Rogers,

"The most miserable man on Earth is not an unsaved man. The most miserable man on Earth is a saved man out of fellowship with Jesus Christ".
Blessings,
Linda

7 comments:

Kim said...

You know, I could just stay on your site and listen to the piano music for hours. It is so relaxing to me! Good luck with soccer and the harvest party sounds great. Good luck with your house. We have so much to do here but things keep breaking (latest is washing machine) which keeps us from updating. LOVE that quote! I believe I personally know many in that boat! Hugs ~ Kim

Anonymous said...

Great going! What will Chandler do with the extra time in the future.
Good luck all the way around.

G. Grandma

justabeachkat said...

It sounds like you're gonna be a busy girl...with the holidays and the home improvments going on at the same time.

Hugs!
Kat

Sandy said...

I LOVE your house ~ part of me hopes you never move out of it but know that you guys are ready.
Hope the Harvest parties went well!
Love ya sis,
sandy

Christina said...

"The most miserable man on Earth is not an unsaved man. The most miserable man on Earth is a saved man out of fellowship with Jesus Christ".
Another GREAT quote from Linda!!! Thank you!
Our Harvest Party is tonight! Boy, are we excited!!!
Have a safe day in Christ,
Christina

MOM said...

The longer you stay in one place the harder it is to move, isn't it? That has been true for me over the past 42 years. I have that soccer senario figured out. Keep us posted on who wins what. We'll be praying for the state championship!
Love to all,
Mom & Dad

Daughter of the King said...

great quote..so true..
Deby