Sunday, August 26, 2007

What a game!

Ok so it took me a day to compose myself enough to write about Saturday's game. I know there will be some out there that just think I am a bit over the top about this whole football thing, but hey I am who I am.

I was so excited about Josh's first tackle game, nervous for him and just wanting it to be here and see what happened. So you know that fantasy world you live in for your kids, come on you know the dreams you have for them....the ones where it is the perfect moment and it all plays out in slow motion. That one where he is winning the Pulitzer prize, or getting his doctrine...or scoring the winning touchdown. Just insert your own little fantasy dream here.

Well most of my thoughts about his first game were, I just hope he has fun and plays well, remembers his plays, (he has 6 to remember). Hoping he wouldn't fumble, or get hurt. Then the other side of the brain had this dream of him getting the ball and sweeping out to the right and running for a touchdown. Ahhhhh to dream it is good!

For those dreams to happen right in front of you is FRIGIN AWESOME!!!

Opening play the hand off is to Josh, he sweeps right....makes the turn....runs down the sideline......HE





MAY



GO



ALL



THE



WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



TOUCHDOWN!!!!!!



Yep I got a picture of him as he broke thru and got to about the 40 yard line(He started at the 50 yard line) and then it was hands up in the air and camera up in the air as I cheered for my son and yelled RUN JOSH RUN!!!!

As that little tear came down my cheek, all I could do was stand there and watch as his teammates all came down piling on him and high 5s were everywhere. All I could see was his smile shining thru his helmet as they all ran to the sideline together. I get choked up just writing about it still. As I sit here all alone and just see him running down that sideline, I know that he is only 7 years old and I love him every day of his little life, and I know he is a superstar.....but he was a superstar today for everyone else to see. And nothing else could put a bigger smile on my face then to see him being the shining star even if it is for one moment.

Josh had such a great day, he played alot, it was SOOOOOOOO Hot! He went on to score another TD in the 2nd Quarter and he also had 2 sacks. He was in on almost every tackle for the 1st half also. 2nd half they didn't run to his side so much!

The WHOLE team was just amazing, watching these little guys practice for 3 weeks/4 nights a week we really didn't know they were going to kick it up a notch and play like they did. They were holding back a bit! I loved how they all were a TEAM, and they all worked together. They ended up scoring 4 TDs and Qtown didn't get any. We don't keep score on the scoreboard at this level, but believe me these kids knew the score.

Josh called Grandma & Grandpa, Grandma , and Uncle Steve. It was so fun to listen to him telling each of them about his game.

Below is some of my favorite shots from the game of Josh. I took 190 Photos (after editing) of the game and the parents were so happy with the shots I got of their kids.








10 comments:

  1. Very cool! Go Josh! going to bed now I'm wiped! Lova ya! -mean it!

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  2. Lisa M. Pace12:36 AM

    WOW... what a great game. I love the photos and can feel your pride through your writing. TFS

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  3. Anonymous7:16 AM

    great pics . . .way to capture the moment. congrats josh!

    denise

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  4. go josh go!

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  5. super-exciting! love the pictures!

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  6. Awesome, just awesome...I know how much this means to Josh and to his proud Moms, way to go!!!

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  7. Marlene5:47 PM

    Gimme a "J"!
    "J"
    Gimme an "O"!
    "O"
    Gimme an "S"!
    "S"
    Gimme an "H"!
    "H"

    Whaddya got??!!!!

    WINNER!!!!! :)

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  8. Kim B.1:38 PM

    WOOHOO JOSH!!! Gone on with your bad self!

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  9. Laura Foreman2:28 PM

    Congrats Josh! That rocks! I got all teary reading the story too. Only a parent can understand the pride that wells in your heart when you watch your child accompish so much. WOOHOO!

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  10. Oh man - that is SO AWESOME Rollie :).

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