Nanna and I were off to baseball and t-ball games Saturday morning. We brought blankets and camping chairs because it was a cold morning until the sun came out, and even then, a blanket was nice to have.
|Drew is #6 with the black jersey.|
Isaac's game was a big improvement, but there were still many kids that couldn't hit a coach pitched ball, and they would bring out the tee. They at least get people out and such, but still a very soft game. I guess that's what we are going to get over here since there are no Germans playing the great American pastime.
|During Isaac's game|
While we were playing Baseball Mom and Nanna, Brian, Uncle James, and Julia were having the time of their lives. The day before they were near the Czech border visiting a castle that is still owned by a relative in Julia's family. They knocked on the door and got a private tour. Then they drove all the way across Germany to go into Belgium to stay overnight at a place Brian loves. The next day they drove to Stuttgart to fulfill my brother-in-law's dreams of seeing the longest race track in the world. Here's some pictures of their trip.
|James and Julia|
|At the racetrack|
|He said it was one of the best days of his life. That's the least we can do for someone who holds such a special place in our hearts!|