Goodness gracious. I fully intended to blog/scrapbook over the holiday and get caught up with things from 2012, but did I do it? NO! I also have some lovely stories I wanted to write about during the holidays, but did I write them? NO! What is wrong with me? My mind is scrambled and I am overwhelmed. Is that anything new? NO! So blah. I have been thinking I need to go back and write and back date posts. SIGH.
Anyway, Brodie had his first golf tournament of the year today, and I wanted to blog about it, but I thought, well I can't because I never did go back and write about his other tournaments. And then I thought, well I had better catch up on those, but where are the pictures? Camera? Phone? Laptop? Work Phone? Old sd card? Who knows!
Then I thought, well who cares, I should just write about today. Then I thought, well, let me go back and see what I have on this phone, and on this laptop and maybe just put a few together, even though it won't be good, it will still be something. And then I thought, well I should just do a separate blog on Brodie's golf. But really this blog is our scrapbook, so why not just put it all here. Or should it be separate?
And on and on and on goes the mind of a recovering perfectionist, who no matter how hard she tries, still struggles so hard to do things that are not up to a certain
So anyway, here is my not so perfect post about Brodie's golf tournaments...
Brodie's best buddy, Triston, ended up in 1st place with a 40, and Brodie was tied with Jacob at 41. They had a chip off to determine the placement and Brodie won, so he ended up in 2nd place. He was thrilled!
It was fun for me to look back over his little golf journey this evening. From his first clinics in May, when he first got bit by "the golf bug".
In addition to the weekly clinics, he attended 2 golf camps in the Summer in June and July.
Finally, in July, Brodie won his first medal for 3rd place at the July mini-camp. It was a moment I will never forget. Watching him walk up and get an award he had EARNED from WORKING SO HARD for SO LONG, it was wonderful beyond words. It was his first REAL award.
His hard work payed off and he placed in all of the tournaments in October, November, and December!
And from now on, I am going to have to keep up with posting about these tournaments as we go along. Yeah. Right. I will. I hope. Maybe.