Happy Memorial Weekend! The softball league that Annie plays for hosts a large tournament every year, so I’ve been living at the softball fields since Friday – in fact, I’m writing this AT the fields (yay for hotspots). It’s fun to help put on a tournament that hosts over 80 teams, but it’s (unsurprisingly) a lot of work. We’re also dealing with a bit of rain today, which is making things interesting. But even with all the softball, we are remembering those who have given their lives for this country. We are so thankful for their service and sacrifice.

Los Angeles National Cemetery
Los Angeles National Cemetery

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Happy Sunday and have a great rest of your weekend, everyone!