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Lily’s Legacy

The only female staff member of M.I.B., Lily, is trying out for the local travel softball team, the Soo Legacies. She’s doing pretty well, and I’ve been working with her and her friend Julia when I’ve had some extra time. She is really excited about being able to visit different areas of the state to play softball. I’ll be there rooting her on when I can, so I’m hoping that my work schedule doesn’t interfere too much. Nothing is more important to me than watching my kids have fun. Join me in wishing her the best of luck making the team, and having the work ethic to excel!

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5 comments on “Lily’s Legacy

  1. Hope she makes the team! My daughter did travel ball for eleven years and we all have such wonderful memories from that time. Softball, as I’m sure you know, can be so helpful for young girls growing up, helping to build their confidence, and teaching them the importance of team work, and camaraderie. I just wrote a post about it on my blogsite, if you’re interested in reading more. darlenecraviotto.com. Keep us posted about Lily – These will be exciting times for her!

    • Thank you for the nice comments! I think she’ll do ok if she still wants to travel, but I think her and her friend want to play the league in town. It’s coached by the high school girls, and they really like that. I enjoyed you blog post too!
      -Mike

    • Thank you for the nice comments! I think she’ll do ok if she still wants to travel, but I think her and her friend want to play the league in town. It’s coached by the high school girls, and they really like that. I enjoyed you blog post too!
      -Mike

      • Thanks for coming by my blog, Mike. And yes, the younger girls really like it when the older girls act as mentors and coaches. They’re usually pretty good role models too because they’re focused, disciplined, and most of them keep their grades up. Hope Lilly has a great time playing this season!

      • Thanks, again, Darlene. It should be a fun season!
        -Mike

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