Saturday, December 5, 2009

Flag Football

 
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On Saturday mornings, we usually go watch my grandson play flag football. I don't think I could watch if there was a chance he might get tackled!

13 comments:

Fio said...

Nice scene. I like the way you've catched playing boys :)

Sunny said...

Everyone looks like they're having fun. Cute picture.
Sunny :)

Rob and Mandy said...

looks like fun!

Cezar and Léia said...

:)
Glad to know you had such a great time with your grandson, cool time!
Enjoy your weekend dear Lois!
God bless you
Léia

Rambling Round said...

They are getting ready to play for Florida State!

Darla said...

Is this in the hole behind Cobb and Kate Sullivan? Have two at Cobb, that looks like the steeple of the Church I'm drawing a blank on right now....are you staying warm?

Lois said...

Darla--yes it is! Obviously that picture was not taken this morning. I'm trying to stay warm--how about you?

Coşkun said...

Hi Lois,
I do not know flag football but children looks like very happy and fun...
Thanks for sharing.

Don and Krise said...

Uh-oh. Somebody better prepare grandma for football in a few years.

Cute shot Lois.

Tash said...

He is pretty brave to play flag football - it's still somewhat of a contact sport. Very cute, on-the-move picture.
I really enjoyed Jacksonville. We did have a chance to drive down to St. Augustine on Monday morning and had absolutely gorgeous weather & drove back for the afternoon meeting via the coast, thus thru Jax Beach. I have lots of photos (as you can imagine) and will post them on MostyLACounty.blogspot.com blog. There is a thumbnail link to it on my PVDP if you'd like to see the old homestead.

Jacob said...

I know what you mean! But when our son was playing "tackle" football in Texas way back when, it was the parents I was most worried about -- some of them were crazy yelling out the strangest things, like "Kill him!" Ugh!

Julie said...

Flag football is a new term for me. Is it a bit like touch rugby? My son became quite speedy at running and ducking and weaving because neither he nor I liked the thought of his body crashing into the turf.

Lisa Wilson said...

Good fun!