We're counting down to the end of summer and school beginning. Tuesday, sept 2 is the big day. Angel #4 isn't particularly excited, though they got a "hot new business teacher" so she's looking forward to computer class. She decided that freshman and senior years are the ones you look forward to and sophomore and junior years are just fillers, so she's got 2 years of filler to look forward to.
I haven't seen much of #4 since I picked her up at the airport Sunday night. We went to McDonalds on the way home and I don't think I've had a chance to talk to her since, she's been out with friends and doing overnighters trying to get the last precious drops of summer. I thought we'd at least be in the car at the same time on the way to the football game tonight, but now it looks like she's babysitting instead, so I'm on my own there too. I'm hoping my friend Kim will be at the game, she usually doesn't miss any because her son's on the team, but he dislocated his shoulder and did some real damage during practice, so he's out for the season. It's his senior year, so it especially sucks. We've only got about 5 seniors on the entire football team, so missing even one creates a pretty big hole. Kim might be too bummed to watch the game. Rumor has it that her son's shoulder might sideline him not only for football, but for wrestling as well, which is an even bigger blow. He took 1st place in state last year in his weight class and was really looking to take over this year as well. Since this is a pretty big wrestling town, a long-term injury would devastate the whole town-at least the wrestling portion, which is a pretty big segment. I've been to more than one wrestling tournament where our bleacher crowd was double the size of the home town crowd. We take our wrestling pretty seriously around here.