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TGIF
S.
03/06/2009

Made it through another day! The ususal - breakfast for 9:30, 5 dozen eggs, a million sausage, etc. etc. Lunch is the easiest meal of the day and then there's dinner (with grocery shopping in there somewhere). At the groccery store, we've been asked if we're having a big party, do we run a day-care, or some other question re our 2-3 cartloads of food. We can't believe how hungry these athletes are ALL THE TIME! Bill barbequed 30 steaks and I roasted 10 pounds of potatoes, made 2 large salads. Gone in minutes! Bill and I planned to go out to eat tonight - good thing as there was nothing left. Tomorrow we have the whole day off. Yippee!! The kids only have one short (but strenuous) training session in the morning and then they are hosting a barbeque for some paddlers from another club in the afternoon - they do the cooking. Not sure what we will do yet but I'm sure we'll get away somewhere for the day.

B.
03/06/2009, Potsdam

Who's shoes are whose??

03/06/2009

Come & Get It (only have to say once!)

B.
03/06/2009, Potsdam

New Do's

B.
03/06/2009, Potsdam

Haircut Initiation Time.

Surviving!
S.
03/05/2009, Potsdam

Here we are almost at the end of day 5 or is it 4, depends on when we started counting. There have been ups and downs, but we're starting to get into a routine. Today was initiatiation day for the 1st year boys. They all got new do's. Mothers be prepared. Pictures will follow. Dinner tonight was caribbean chicken, rice and green beans. They all enjoyed, but I'm beginnng to realize that it would be hard not to please these kids. Bill got relieved of grocery shopping duties today, Katlin and Rachael came along to help. The weather has changed for the better and tonight is our first warm evening since we came to Potsdam (lots of warm evenings in Lauderdale). Its 9:00 pm and kids are still out by the pool. I guess they go to bed at 9:30 so it's almost their bedtime! Almost ours too - we all have to be up early - they for their 7:00 am training session and us to make their breakfast for when they are back at 9:30 - 5 lbs of bacon, 5 dozen eggs, home fries, etc. etc.

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