Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Busy girl.

Hayden met with a hitting coach today, hopefully a couple sessions will get her batting better. We arrived early so Hayden could shoot baskets for a little bit before. Lacrosse was going on, and a coach asked Hayden to come try out tomorrow. She of course wants to, I told her basketball, softball and volleyball is likely all we can handle LOL.

At home facial today.


Sunday, July 25, 2021

No rest.

Got in late last night, and today Hayden made it to day 3 of fall ball try outs. She is already on the team, but any chance to play or practice and she is all for it. She makes me need another vacation LOL. Some drive in that kid.

These are tasty!


Saturday, July 24, 2021

Until next year.

Hayden did great in her last game, scored 1/3 of the points for her team! Hayden learned a lot, and I’m pretty sure she wants to come back next year.

Everyone got a report card of things to work on. We were very impressed with this camp.

20 min into the drive to the airport...she is one tired kiddo.
Made it home safe and sound.


Friday, July 23, 2021

Water slides and sunburns.

Oh my gosh. Found one place in Iowa that has white coffee. Butterscotch caramel goodness today!! Ahhhh. 
One more fun filled afternoon with my sis. She got us t-shirts LOL.

Hayden’s team suffered their first loss today. Had to drown our sorrows in “mermaid water” at Sasquatch Jacks. Last games tomorrow morning then we fly home. Hayden is pooped and ready to go. She doesn’t like being the youngest on the team LOL.

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Extra special Iowa visitors.

 Hayden's schedule for today, they keep them very busy.

While Haddie was busting her butt, the rest of us tried to keep ourselves occupied. Auntie Allie, Adam and Lydia drove out from Wisconsin to hang out. We had some fun playing putt putt and driving go karts.

The scene of my hole in one, I'm the only one that got one all day!! I still lost LOL.

Then we all got to watch Hayden’s team win again tonight. We got to see fireflies…haven’t gotten to catch them since I was a kid. Wish they had them on the West Coast