Because, why not?
I thought I would share a few more pics of our last two days...
We had breakfast in North Side, at Esperanza's-- my favorite Mexican breakfast eatery-- on the patio.
The weather was perfect... the food was amazing.
We were surprised with a Cinco De Mayo parade as we were leaving, and a car full of candy.
I bought a few shirts and a cute little fringed bag--
then the boys cruised through Cheaper than Dirt (a gun store) while I drove right 'down the road' for a Sonic drink.
20 minutes later, I was in North Side again (dang GPS) but I got my cherry vanilla coke.
We made it home for naps, and then played catch in the street, followed by ice cream from the ice cream truck, and more play with the neighbor kids.
We were snuggled up by 10:00 and Maddox stayed in his bed all night!
Today, however, Lance woke up with Beckham's virus.
I have never seen him this sick in our 10 year span together.
I went after an anti-nausea, anti-diarrhea, Gatorade cocktail for him...
and rewarded myself with another snow cone.
The neighborhood boys played in the water,
and then I played in the neighborhood softball game!
Which is huge!
I have never played in a game before... and I caught 4 balls (every one that came my way) and hit the ball at every bat!!!
As I was walking out the door Lance told me to play in the outfield and "not get hit".
So I did.
I played behind third base.
Everyone was cheering each other on, and I had the best time!
Back home, I bragged to Lance at all that his 'un-athletic wife' accomplished...
He gave the credit to one of his most prized possession, his lucky glove (that he got as a kid from his friend Joey's dad, and I had re-done a few years back) and asked if I caught any in the air!?
What a brat!
I killed it today and I don't need his praise.
I am an athlete!
I am sure my body will ache tomorrow...
but for now, it is just my throat.
That feels like cotton.
Beckham is still refusing to eat, but very little...
and I wonder if his throat feels the same way.
We are set to leave for Florida on Mother's Day...
And I am super excited!