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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Rio Linda California Little League Baseball

Found this in my drafts. I took this picture at the ball field where my third grandson plays ball. I was trying to use my phone to post up blogs. But wasn't having much luck at it. I think that is how I messed up my blog page. Now I cannot seem to get it straightened out at all. I am using Google Chrome as when Google did there change over it was the only way I could even post at all. So I'm not sure what is going on NOW! Oh well I'm sure it will straighten it self out. Or I will find away to make it all work and look nice again; maybe even better than before.
Nickolas Rio Linda Ball Park April 2012

So this is my Nickolaus and he is quite the ball player they won their game that night. I don't recall the score. I'm telling you these guys play their hearts out. I feel so blessed that I was able to watch all of the grands play ball. I made it to at least one game for each of them. A few got a few more watched than others. But it all worked out. Sunshine and baseball; what is better than that? Love the boys of Summer and the girls in my case!





Do you love to watch or play baseball?

3 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Hope you get your blog sorted:

Your grandson reminds me of my youngest son, always kicking a ball around from an early age. Went on to play pro Soccer until an injury made him hang up his soccer boots.

Yvonne.

Karen S. said...

Hope all gets figured out....what a great photo too! Good to see you here!

Denise said...

Bless your dear grandson.