At kid-friendly Montgomery Hills fields, the first meeting of the Babysitters Club began.
"Play time" started amicably 15 minutes late and then, it was very cute, everyone started to play so well with one another. A somewhat depleted DP went #1 first as Sludge gave up the first point of their spring season. A pickuppy pace ensued between the endzones -- pull; 2-3 throws before the first mark appeared; then a turn or a bid for a score. Generally, spring described the season more than the step-of-Sludge.
By "Snack time," Sludge was ahead 8-to-3.
It was a beautiful day with a slight wind which created some semi-turbulence in the 2nd half. Errant throws seemed to be either just out of reach or off the fingertips. Defensively, Sludge's Zone-D attempted to awake from its winter nap, but it had a temper tantrum that created a "timeout" situation. Those privleges were hastily replaced by Person-D for the rest of the day. Everyone and every body of age had plenty of play, 4:3 ratio was on the field while at the playground there was a 1:1 ratio of adult:child.
On this day, proud parents could hear their Sludge Generation II children say:
"My mommy/daddy beat your mommy/daddy in ultimate frisbee!"The game ended too soon with a Sludge victory which led to pickup...pick up of toys & blankets, a quick pickup game, and eventually pick up & GO-TO-YOUR-ROOM (Couch) for..."Nap time!"
>New bling was worn by the newlyweds.
>Charlie wore his UnderArmour Brown shirt.
>Anna Luna sported (soccer?) cleats.