All this on a Sunday afternoon. Avery played flag football at Jesuit
while Carson entertained Grandma on the sidelines.
Carson played Buzzard Ball at El Camino High School. Many eyes watch as Carson’s shot is about to go through the hoop.
Avery played basketball at Rio Americano High School.
Carson, about to dribble around the outside to the basket, shoot and score:
Avery at flag football:
It didn’t matter that the player guarding Carson was a foot taller, he scored!
Morning: swim lesson
and basketball game.
Afternoon: birthday party!!
Busy day. Avery played flag football at Jesuit HS:
Carson played basketball at El Camino HS:
Sophia played 3 volleyball games at @the Grounds in Roseville (part of a 3-day tournament). The Roebbelen Center has 24 indoor volleyball courts. Sophia’s team won their division on Monday.
Meanwhile Avery had a basketball game in the late afternoon. Three kids who love a variety of sports keep their parents hopping.
My plane landed in the early afternoon, Adrienne picked me up, I unpacked and got ready for a 4 pm basketball game at St Ignatius. Sophia made this basket:
Phyllis’ oldest son, Greg, married Karen in Sacramento in October. In December they moved to Deer Lodge. They arrived about two weeks ahead of their furniture and have been staying with Phyl and Dave.
Greg and Phyl
View from the upstairs deck off the master bedroom:
We’ve been enjoying some of our favorite recipes from long ago. Phil made a delicious chicken-rice casserole. Yesterday, I made a prosciutto-provolone stuffed focaccia to go with her chicken vegetable supper soup. Today we made appetizers for our traditional movies and champagne New Year’s Eve. Charcuterie board, sausage in crescent rolls, bacon-wrapped pineapple, and salmon mousse cups:
We also watched the recently-released movie
Don’t Look Up.