Time flies, Audie is 14 already… Wow. It’s nice to have friends and family to celebrate with.
Audie is restless, after the Volleyball team was over, she auditioned to be in the school’s American Revolution in 40 minutes or less play, stayed late and rehearsed with the crew, tiring but she enjoyed it. Finally, we got to see it yesterday. The play was quite comedic and enjoyable, not as boring as I […]
Audie loves to play volleyball in 7th grade at Thornton Junior High. She enjoyed every practice session, every meet during the year. I did coach her a few things, I told her every bad serve is a set back for the team, so make sure you have 100% good serves. Forget the fancy moves, you can […]
I went to Walters Junior High to watch Thornton Volleyball team played in their home court, Thornton lost due to complaints that the court was so small and the ceiling was low. This time, at Thornton home court, the ceiling is high and the gym is huge and familiar. Like I would say at work, instead […]
Thursday 10/13/2016, Thornton plays Centerville Junior High at it’s home court, and it won. I asked my daughter if it’s confirmed that Thunderbolts can only win at the home turf? She said yes. That’s very weak, I said. You have to break the jinx, if you believe that you can only win at your home […]
It’s Tuesday 10/11/16, Thornton went to Walters Junior High school for a Volleyball meet. Thornton lost, it was sad to see the team Chemistry shattered, fear of low ceiling court, small court and bad comments from some uneducated spectators (although it’s inside a school – they’re not taught with 8 good traits from Ardenwood Elementary). […]
A few weeks ago, Audie asked me to teach her how to play Volleyball because she wanted to join the Volleyball team at her new school Thornton Junior High. We bought a nice Volleyball and played inside the house and in the park. I was a very good player in high school, although I was too […]
Fremont schools started yesterday, last day of August. Audrey started her 7th grade at the school new to her, Thornton Junior High. We always take the kids to school on their first day, but we couldn’t take Brandon this year because he’s still in Ardenwood Elementary, and they both away from each other, grandma would […]