Feb 282010
 

The boys played their last games of the 2009-2010 Upward basketball season yesterday.  Nathan’s season-end party was this afternoon.  We don’t keep score, but if we did, the Rattlers would have won all of their games this season except yesterday’s.

This is Nathan’s third year to play for Scott (“Coach T”), and he does a wonderful job teaching the boys basketball, as well as sharing Christ with them.  We’re blessed to have him in Nathan’s life.

Our team mom helped out with snack schedules, trophies, and such, and did a great job.  (Plus, she’s smokin’ hot.  I’m so totally going to have a steamy affair with her.)

We really enjoyed our early dinner at Tommy’s Pizza.  Tommy and Christy are experienced restaurateurs and genuine New Yorkers, and that means they make genuine New York-style pizza—huge, floppy slices on hand-tossed crust, with just a bit of sauce.  It was delicious, and we got hooked hard.  They were kindly obstinate and wouldn’t let us pay (thanks much, guys!), but I’ll be going back for a slice for lunch from time to time.

Here is Nathan getting a lesson from Tommy with the practice dough:

It was a great season.  My biggest complaint was the Boise State colors for the uniforms, which is a minor one indeed.  Aaron’s season-end party and the ceremony at church are still to come, and then it’s on to spring soccer.

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  5 Responses to “Upward party at Tommy’s Pizza”

  1. Practice dough? Waste not, want not. I love Tommy’s – the NAPG meets there once a month. Did you see our gallery wall back there?

  2. It’s rubber. 🙂

    I did see it and recognized it as the group to which you belonged, and looked to see if the waterfall photo was yours, but after it wasn’t I didn’t look further. Did I miss some of your work hanging there?

  3. I can’t believe how big the boys are getting!

  4. No, I don’t have anything this month, but Terri might.

  5. Tommy’s a Celtic FC fan also. That makes him aces in my book.

    MON THE HOOPS!

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