That’s a notary stamp on the desk in my church’s office. When I look at it, I see a golden bunny. And yes, that’s DaughterGeeding in the background.
James Bond no longer works for Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
In my ongoing effort to work on Keith 2.0, I did something totally out of my element on Saturday. I took the kids to a roller-derby match in North Richland Hills. It was a blast. They had a dj blasting music the whole time. It was also interesting people-watching, there was a lot of interesting self-expression, which I’m embracing. We had fun trying to figure out rules, gameplay, and scoring only by observation, but eventually asked a player for some help. I’d recommend it for a night out, tickets for adults are only eleven bucks.
I believe there were two roller-derby matches. The first was a junior league with a team from San Antonio. They surprisingly start the girls young, the players ranged from ages seven to seventeen. We decided to leave during the half-hour intermission which started at 9:00 PM, but I really wanted to stay to watch the more experienced older teams play.
The event was held at the NYTEX Sports Centre. Not only was a roller-derby being held, but we also got to watch Fort Worth’s minor league hockey team play and another league practice on two different rinks. What’s cool is there’s a Sicilian restaurant inside the complex which lets you view hockey action inside.
The roller-derby trophy cracked me up.
I took a photo with one of the players. I like how she altered her helmet to look cat-like. Almost everyone seemed down to earth.
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