He had been doing these god-awful King Kong impressions a little too loudly for his buddies in the back of the room and got himself moved to the front, beside me, because I apparently was quiet and responsible. We spent hours on the phone with one another every night and into the early morning.
My mother placed strict "D hours" on the phone..talking after 10pm. Neither of us can remember what we talked about or how we even had that much to talk about, but it didn't matter.
There are many more, let's just say, complicated, parts to our story right about here..to shorten it a little, D finally got up the nerve to ask me to be his girlfriend at 4pm on January 19, 2001 over the wonderful technology known as AIM. Proms, Military Balls (D was in JROTC all through high school), countless dates, and college. We've never lived more than 5 minutes apart throughout our entire relationship, so why should college be any different?
We attended the same university, lived in the same dorm Freshman year (co-ed dorm, on different floors), and moved to the same apartment complex with our respective roommates for Sophomore and Junior year.
I would highly recommend this camp to other ball players.
At the end of the hunt D was down on one knee with the most beautiful diamond ring in his hand.As I mentioned above, D was in JROCT all through high school. D is a Cyber Warfare Officer and our first duty station was at Langley AFB in Hampton, Virginia.He got a scholarship to participate in AFROTC at the university we attended and he flourished in it. After living by the sea for almost 3 years (and surviving our first deployment in 2010) we got orders in the spring of 2011 to move 4,000 miles across the Atlantic to start a life of adventure in Germany! We've traveled so many places (check out my Wanderlust page for trip recaps and photos) and experienced so many things during our brief lives together thus far, a journey we are so thankful for.Camp concludes at pm Monday to Thursday • 7-12 • Lunch • Cleats • Sneakers • Glove • Water Bottle A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact numbers, and a checklist of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring.The US Sports Camps health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp. "They helped my son to appreciate the game of baseball on and off the field.