Happy Monday!!! I hope everyone had a Happy Easter. I had a great time hanging out with my family and watching The Masters. I was a little disappointed that Tiger or Phil didn’t win, but it was a great tournament to watch. My Niece Hannah was all dressed up in her cute little Easter dress. Here she is trying to figure out how to open and close a plastic Easter egg.
We have been working hard on updating our website with new images, and a cool new way to navigate our galleries.
You can now advance images by clicking on the right side of an image. By clicking on the left side of an image, you will be taken to the previous image. The image thumbnails will hide when the mouse is inactive, and reappear when you hover over an image. You can still click the thumbnails to enlarge the images.
“Woods, who is working his way back from knee surgery, overcame a five-stroke deficit against playing partner Sean O’Hair and drained a 16-foot put on the 18th hole to wrap up a victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational championship at Bay Hill in Orlando. It was the first post-surgery victory for Woods, who matched his career-best comeback and will enter the Masters with confidence and momentum and his old swagger.”
It’s nice to have Tiger Woods back on the PGA Tour. Tiger brings excitement to the game of golf the same way Jordan did to basketball. Why do we love Woods so much and want him to win all the time? The way he plays the game is a thing of beauty that you know you are witnessing history in the making. Welcome back Tiger.
Yesterday was such a beautiful day. 60 degree weather. The sun was out, the birds were singing, and the driving range was open, my kind of day. I hit a large bucket so I am very sore today. When you’ve been away from something for a while, you sometimes forget how to do it. When I picked out the first club I was going to hit, (the seven iron, I usually hit that club pretty great) something didn’t register correctly in my brain and I completely forgot how to swing. It took a few more shanked balls and broken tees before I got my swing back. I can’t wait to hit the links this year. My goal is to shoot in the 70’s. Here I am practicing my drives. Remember to continue practicing to become really great at something. The saying goes, practice makes perfect. Nobodies perfect, but if you keep working at it, you can come pretty darn close.