Tuesday, June 5, 2007

The Day We Left

The day we left we took a shuttle to the airport. We had 18 bags, including our backpacks.*The place our plane was going to was Newark, New Jersy. We were going to stay there for 5 days to see our cousins. We went to their house first on Wedensday.David, my favorite cousin who is almost my same age and also plays baseball, took me to the baseball field across the street from their house.I had brought my glove so we started playing some catch. When we were warmed up David put on his new catcher's gear and I pitched to him. A little while later we switched. I put on the catcher's gear and David pitched to me. Stirfry was for dinner, and David and I both hate it, so we both skipped dinner. David showed me his room instead. It was pretty cool. He had a big bed, a golf bag, and an ESPN sports practice thing. There was a hole in the middle and you threw balls through it. I tried it but I wasn't too good. Finally it was time to go. When we got back to the hotel it was pretty late. I fell asleep quickly.

*In our backpacks we had carry-on items, such as books, small toys, and electronic games. Mine was obviously the most full, because it weighed about 15 pounds!

Hanging out at David's house


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Thomad,

Pops and I remember the "wrong side" roads and the cars with the steering wheels on opposite sides. We were in England in 1995 for our 30th anniversary.

Thanks for sending us your blog. We'll be looking forwad to hearing form you.

Much love,
Mamere and Pops

June 7, 2007 6:05 PM  

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