Today's mercifully brief post has two
First, I want to share a few more photos from Sunday's excursion to Aaron's Beach.
And, unrelated to the pictures, I want to help convey a public service announcement.
On my ride home from a soccer game last night (the JV boys lost to West Point), I received one of those automated phone calls from the school announcing a band concert tonight at 7 in the high school auditorium. Students from Thomas Hunter Middle School and Mathews High school will perform for approximately an hour and a half. Proceeds will be donated to the music department at Page Middle School in Gloucester, which lost most (if not all) of its instruments and equipment in the recent devastating tornado.
Tickets are $5 per person or $10 per family.
I'm not sure if we'll be able to attend since there's soccer practice until 5:30 or 6 followed by dinner at Chesapeake Bay Mother's house (click on her name to access her latest blog post). She is fixing her world-famous homemade pizza, which includes garden-fresh ingredients and crust made from dough she whips up in her bread machine. She made some Sunday night, and the kids and I thought we'd died and gone to heaven. Something tells me we'll be fending off a food coma when tonight's feeding frenzy is over.
Hope your day is filled with good