Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Neverending Basketball and Lots More!

Our regular season for basketball finally ended on February 24. Our record was 4 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. Although we enjoy coaching the girls, Bryan and I have been looking forward to the end of this season. The team participated in our league tournament last weekend. The girls were definitely one of the top teams in the league, but I had no idea how the tournament would go. We ended up winning all 3 of our games and are the KMC League Champions! That means that we now have another week of basketball. We get to participate in the Europe-wide tournament in Stuttgart, Germany this weekend. We will drive to Stuttgart on Thursday evening and as long as we win, are scheduled play basketball Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Bryan has been playing his fair share of basketball too. There is a group that plays every Wednesday morning for PT and last week Bryan was roughed up. While trying to get a rebound someone accidentally elbowed him in the eye. He had a cut that required a few stitches and has had some vision problems since then. The cut is looking a lot better this week, I just hope his vision is back to normal soon. I've joked with him that he was feeling left out since I've had to go to the doctor so much. He decided to get hurt so he could have as many appointments as me!

We went to England for the weekend from February 16-19. We had a good time but that Pound will really hurt your pocketbook! I hope to get those pictures online soon.

Last night I taught my first fitness class. When I got my certification a few months ago, I really didn't have a desire to teach groups. However, I realized how great a prenatal fitness class would be for our community and now I'm teaching it! Hopefully when we get back to the states, I can continue teaching similar classes and start personal training too.

I have doctors' appointments this coming Monday and Tuesday. On Monday I have my regular 16-week appointment and on Tuesday I see the specialist again. If things go well, it should be my last appointment with him though.

Bryan has gotten the first step accomplished for our move back to the states. His commander signed his leave request form so now he can go to the Reassignments office and get our PCS orders!

That was definitely enough of an update on us for one day!


Pixie said...

FINALLY! Ha ha ha ha ha! Poor Bryan - stitches? That must have been a heck of an elbow!

All the best at the Dr. Cristin!!!!

Sunshine & Love from AZ! (Tony will be here, in our home on Tuesday!!!! Yippppeeeeeeeeeeee!)

Wendy said...

I keep checking for a new post.....but none to be had. How is life in Germany this week. Hope all is well.

Cristin said...

I can't make any promises, but I'll try to add a new post tomorrow. All is well here though!