Thursday, March 29, 2012

My youngest son's college lacrosse team traveled four hours to DC yesterday for a game.
It's usually us making the trip to where ever he is playing, so it was nice to have a 'home' contest.

The boys are always hungry after playing, so it is tradition for the parents to provide a post game tailgate.

My contribution was a fruit salad.

The watermelon was from Mexico, the grapes from Chile and the oranges came out of a can from China. The wonders of a global economy and modern transportation? Or something terribly wrong?


The Hornets won and my boy was duly happy.
 But the best prize for me was having all my sons together.


Sue said...

can't say I approve of the tinned oranges would rather leave those out, but its very hard to make a fruit salad at this time of year with locally sourced fruit. Looks yummy though

TexWisGirl said...

what a sweet photo! :)

Meg said...

Aww, what a sweet looking group of men. So glad you got to see them all. That salad looks delicious too!

Debbie said...

what a handsome bunch. i have two sons, 28 and 29, they are less then one year apart.

the best times are when we are all together. i love the name of your blog!!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh, they do look happy! Congrats!

Nancy Claeys said...

Handsome boys! :)