Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Field Day

Emily had field day at her school yesterday morning and it was lots of fun. Even with a broken arm, she managed to participate in almost every activity and race. In fact, I was cringing at a few of them! She is supposed to get the cast off on Thursday, and I could picture her falling and doing even more damage.

Fortunately, she got through the day accident free!

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Tug-o-War was done with one hand.

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Waiting for the sponge toss race.

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Emily & her teacher. On a side note: I felt bad for her teacher yesterday. She is due with her first child in early September. However, her contractions started this weekend and the doctor put her on medication to control them. She was very uncomfortable yesterday and really wasn't supposed to be there. Pray for Mrs. Setero if you think of it. She is very sweet and is related by marriage to a woman in our church.

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Emily's friend, Sarah getting ready for the hoola-hoop race.

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The ball hop and sack race were the two relays where she made me nervous with her arm.

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This girl can run! She is definitely very athletic.

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This one made me laugh. All the girls paired up for the three-legged race, but Emily got stuck with this boy. Everyone else had their arms around each other or linked as they raced down the field. These two refused to touch each other. I hope it stays that way for a VERY LONG time! ;-)

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It was a fun day and even though it was cloudy and overcast, the weather held. School is over next Friday and we are definitely ready for summer!