#62 Sam Ginter

So last night we watched Sam’s game! It was awesome!! They used the jumbotron for replays, the sound system for commentating, the stadium lights were on when it got darker… awesome is all I can say.
The drive in was an emotional one, as we had a great talk with Sam about his past year and the goals he not only set for himself but met and even surpassed, before we dropped him off to the bus. So of course the conversation continued as Dennis and I drove into the city. Thankfully it was cold outside and so tears were not so easily flowing once at the stadium!
During the game Sam caught the kick return and got about 10yards down! I was able to sit and watch as he became the meat in a “sandwich” tackle!
That black outfited person in the middle of the 2 silver uniforms is my Sam!!! AND I did not jump up or freak out. I did manage to get the pictures of it on the jumbotron in the replays… it was simply amazing…can describe the feelings I ran thru through the whole game.

On a humourous note, there were programs to be bought for the football teams that were playing this weekend (we were playing the rural 9man) and they listed the players heights and weights… as we looked over the Tigers and the Outlaws team rosters we noticed Sam was the lightest — the weight range for the Tigers was 295-139lbs — Sam is 115lbs 5’7″!! If we really looked hard we might be able to find someone his size but I would guess they would be in the younger teams…lol

Now for a break with football (til spring) for the next week… then we start in Junior Varsity Basketball with Joshua! So stay tuned for basketball pics to be posted here until that season is over!

Isaac was busy selling poppies yesterday with the Air Cadets but I didnt get any pictures as he didnt have a full uniform– so those pictures will come later this week! (sniff– my babies are all growing up on me…)


1 Comment

  1. That is awesome Jodi – he has come a long way! and if you don't mind me saying so.. so have you. You sound so much more happy now. Oh I am sure there are "times" but your gathering the tools to handle them.children just grow up WAY too fast – mine are moving out!

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