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Sunday, April 09, 2006


The kids went out to play a little baseball this evening. I think they might not know their own strength.

First the Girl comes running in all excited because she broke her first wooden bat. Wow, I'm suitably impressed. You gotta hit hard to break a bat.

Then the Boy comes in a bit later holding up parts of the baseball.

Guess we're heading to the sporting goods store tomorrow.
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Blogger srp said...

Wow! Could it be that "cotton candy" drink? No, not likely. Maybe an aluminum bat?

I agree with you, that soda sounds like crap. I was nauseated reading about it. 48 grams of carbs, all sugar, all soluble, no fiber to counteract. That is more carbs than my diabetic mom is allowed in three days.

9/4/06 9:21 PM  
Blogger srp said...

This is the fourth time I've done it this weekend... forgot to say Michele sent me.

9/4/06 9:21 PM  
Blogger Carmi said...

What are you FEEDING them?

Look on the bright side: the upcoming Pesach diet will sap them of any excess energy and preserve whatever sports equipment you have in the house.


9/4/06 9:25 PM  
Blogger margalit said...


The thing is, our pesach diet is probably much more similar to our regular diet than most people. We're a low carb kinda family due to my health issues and the fact that I am trying to lose more weight. I'm down around 50 lbs now, and I've got a bit more to go (which is the understatement of the century!).

We LOVE pesach food. My daughter is dying to break open the dried fruits and my son can't wait to hit the KLP chocolate spread. Me, I'm jonesing for Matzoh Brie.

9/4/06 10:33 PM  
Blogger Amused Observer said...

actually, it isn't hard to break a wooden bat. depends on where the ball hits along the grain.

9/4/06 10:45 PM  

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