After the game, everyone had to split off and head different ways. Kyle went with Grandpa Babe and Grandma Kathe. He had a game later in the afternoon at Valparaiso. Kenny and I weren't able to go, but they won their game 8-3. Delaney went off with PaPa and Dinah Grandma. She had another home game later in the afternoon. We had to miss that game too. The final score was 5-1, and she got another 2 goals again! All in all, a winning day of soccer for the kiddos.
Kenny and I headed down to Indianapolis to a Dierks Bentley concert! The concert was simply awesome. It was at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis -- a beautiful, historical theatre. You had the feeling of a nice, intimate show and we had seats right up in the front. Dierks always puts on an amazing show, and he didn't disappoint again! We had seen him another year at the Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend -- another beautiful historical place -- and we loved the show there too. We've also seen him with Brad Paisley at a HUGE venue, and while that show was awesome too... I have to say that the smaller locales are my favorite!
He also sang a new song that night, that will be on his upcoming album: Diamonds Make Babies. It was hilarious. Kenny had a friend who literally JUST proposed on Friday and he couldn't WAIT to share it with him.
Diamonds make babies,
And babies make mamas.
And mamas make daddies,
Make changes they don't always want.
I know that you love her,
she's one special lady.
But I'm warning you brother,
Diamonds make babies.
The kids spent the night with each of their grandparents, then they had to come back to Crown Point for yet another game on Mother's Day -- of course, there MUST be soccer games on Mother's Day! :-) Delaney and Kyle's games were at the exact same time again. Delaney was helping out the Crown Point team; and they won something crazy like 10-0. She said she got another 3 goals. I took pictures at Kyle's game. He somehow twisted his ankle before the game even started while they were warming up, so he didn't play a lot -- he was mainly in as goalie. Before the game started, the boys brought their Moms a carnation in celebration of Mother's Day. Cute!!! Their final game was 7-3; which was a great win for them as they lost to this same team the first time around. Great job, boys!
I received several wonderful gifts on Mother's Day! Kyle made me an awesome card, decorated up a beautiful planter filled with a gorgeous geranium, AND had a coupon booklet redeemable for chores and more with a smile. :-) Delaney wrote an ode to her mother which makes you laugh and cry. I am so blessed to have such loving and fabulous kids!!!
Happy Belated Mother's Day to everyone!
Ken, Dani, Dee & Kyle