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Sunday, July 09, 2006

My daughter Lisa playing in a soccer tournament here in Paso Robles this weekend

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  • It was hard to get some good pictures as they are always on the move :) Lisa is the one in blue.

    By Blogger willemina, at Sun Jul 09, 12:54:00 PM PDT  

  • Memories of my boys playing soccer.
    I love your pictures
    Have an awesome day

    By Blogger beachgirl, at Sun Jul 09, 01:24:00 PM PDT  

  • Hi, Willy, nice pictures.

    A touque is one of those woolly hats that are a "must" in most parts of Canada from about October to May. I saw your question on Leslie's blog, and I laughed...

    Thanks for stopping my funny little blog as well. I will have some more pictures of my neighborhood this week.

    Oh... God... fsymk... hah


    By Blogger Josie, at Sun Jul 09, 01:58:00 PM PDT  

  • Great shots, Willy. My Dad was a soccer player and is now in the BC Sports Hall of Fame for his skill plus volunteer work as a referee, linesman, and Commissioner throughout the years. It's a great cardio workout, one of which I was never able to do. In my day, there was no such thing a girls' soccer. But my younger daughter played for a while.

    By Blogger leslie, at Sun Jul 09, 02:33:00 PM PDT  

  • Hi Josie and Leslie
    Thanks for explaining what a touque is Josie...I had no idea about that one. I will definitely check out both of your blogs this week. I love seeing the pics of your homes and neighborhoods...Canada is absolutely beautiful and I really do hope to visit there some day. I really like the way you are taking your camera about town and photographing the sights to share on your blog...Good idea...I hope to do the same here. I'll do the same as Leslie and pretend to be scouting for a movie gals are so smart!And none of the locals will ever know what I'm up to :)
    My verification word for this one is gooeumie...does that mean anything in Canada? :) Good thing it's too early for me to be drinking wine...maybe later :)

    By Blogger willemina, at Sun Jul 09, 04:14:00 PM PDT  

  • Leslie
    Interesting about your dad...
    Soccer certainly is a vigorous sport and I admire anyone who plays...I'm so glad that it's finally catching on in the US...both of my grandaughters are learning the sport also. The youngest (Alexandra) is real aggressive. Gabrielle on the other hand is very graceful...a little lady.

    By Blogger willemina, at Sun Jul 09, 04:19:00 PM PDT  

  • Hi, Willy, I have some new photos on my blog.

    I bought a bike today. What a hoot. It's really cute. It's an eight-speed and it's silver with hibiscus flowers on it. So I will be tootling around my neighborhood on it. I can even ride it to work.

    Oh, lord, iczkwepa. Will I get it right? Hah. Hey, I didn't get it right. I have to do it again....


    By Blogger Josie, at Sun Jul 09, 05:26:00 PM PDT  

  • Hi Josie...take a picture of your new bicycle for us...better yet...have someone else take a picture with you on it :)
    That's really neat that you can ride your bike to work with gas prices as high as they are.

    My word this time is pommig...sounds like a fruit...let's see if I pass the sobriety test as Ellen would say :)

    By Blogger willemina, at Sun Jul 09, 06:32:00 PM PDT  

  • Josie,
    I did visit your blog and as usual enjoyed the pictures you've posted. I hope you'll keep adding new ones especially now that you have your shiny new bicycle with hibiscus flowers on it...I bet it's a beauty!
    where do they get these words?
    cfufxnky...looks like an old typing test from high school :(

    By Blogger willemina, at Sun Jul 09, 06:35:00 PM PDT  

  • Did I mention that my "little girl" playing soccer here is 36?
    She's a ball of fire on the soccer field!

    By Blogger willemina, at Tue Jul 11, 09:24:00 PM PDT  

  • hi willy,

    it looks like you and josie play a little game with the word verification. that is so funny! i'd like to join that game. my word is "qpzso." lol


    By Blogger HeiressChild, at Sun Jul 16, 04:30:00 PM PDT  

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