Friday, May 9, 2008

Time for Friends to Bust His Balls

(From, family photo and text provided by blogmaster Phil Hughes)


You were always there if I had a bad game or got hit in the eye with a ball. When I came home with scrapes and bruises, you would take care of me.

You always played that role for me growing up, and that was important for me to have, because Dad was always the tough coach.

It's always good to have both sides. You were always a stickler on getting my education, even in elementary school. It was important not to rely on sports.

Even though things worked out the way they did, I think that was very important in becoming the person that I am.

Happy Mother's Day

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