We are now waiting to hear where the boys will play tomorrow night, but, regardless of the outcome, I already know that I will be missing the game. That also makes me sad.
I'm also sad that I won't get to hang out with this group of ladies as often as I have been able to over the past three years...
...oh, we will still schedule social outings, and, we are all in agreement that spa night needs to become a regular item on the menu, but, I won't spend every Friday and Saturday with them anymore.
I think I'm going to need some new hobbies.
Anyway, after the game, we loaded up the troops and headed for a retro dinner that we have developed a fondness for; the staff has gotten used to seeing the eighteen-to-twenty of us show up on occasion, so they were somewhat prepared for the chaos that accompanies us.
After dinner, we caravanned home, over a windy mountain pass and back into our valley, where we parted ways at the high school.
When I got home, as I was putting away my basketball traveling paraphernalia, I took a minute to find a good place in my office to display the thank you card that Kenzie had made for each of us senior moms...
...that's really what it's all about; taking care of family. I'm so glad this is mine.