Meet your 2008 Southland Conference Second-Consecutive Champions, the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners! (Photos from UTSA Athletics website)
It was a sight to see because the dugout was in the dark as to the outcome of the Lamar game. I was texting DS#1 in the press box, but he wasn't allowed to give out the status. I guess the coaches wanted the 'Runners to play their game and not worry about how the other team was doing. It worked. They were clueless until after the last out.
After the game, DH and I came home and rested. I made another layout for my Disney trip. Since I haven't seen my camera all weekend I can't post a picture of it and in fact, the camera will be going to Arlington, TX tomorrow with DS#1 to go see the Texas Rangers play the Seattle Mariners. The reason for that is the new Mariners catcher/designated hitter is leaving tickets for him at will-call. They're friends. When Jeff Clement was down here visiting his brother, a UTSA coach, during the off-season, he worked out at the UTSA facilities and DS#1 helped him out, gave him rides, etc. So they know each other. I hope he gets a few good shots with him and Jeff. He'll probably put them on the wall of his store, along with a broken bat that belonged to Jeff. Hmmm....
Anyway, after the game and us resting a bit, the four of us went out for supper. It was nice to have the family together for a change since everyone seems to be off in their own directions doing their own things. DH thought they should take me out for a meal for Mother's Day. We had fun. Even though DS#1 was tired and thinks his little brother is a moron, he still laughed at some of the jokes and had a good time. I know I did.
And in other news, DS#2 was accepted into UTSA last week for his undergraduate work. He graduates high school in less than a month and now I know for sure he's going to college. Yeah!!!
I hope that all you mothers have had a wonderful day in some way and all of you that aren't mothers thanked God for a mother who gave life to you. God bless you all!