Should I Be Concerned?



















After a recent visit to the Little League World Series Museum and sprinting the 60 feet from home plate to first base, should I be more concerned that I was sore two days later or that my three-year old daughter's best time was 4.70 seconds--uncomfortably close to my fastest run at 2.80 seconds?

Note: The picture is from this site.

9 comments:

Katherine Mercurio Gotthardt said...

Nah. Just be resigned. : )

Erin said...

hahahahahahahahahahahahha I'm not laughing *at* you. More at the thought of you and your daughter in a footrace.

Slamdunk said...

@ Katherine: Never.

@ Erin: Fortunately, the base running exhibit is setup for one person at a time (a digital display of your running time is then posted on a large wall for all to laugh at).

Now that would have been quite a sight: me sprinting, spitting, sweating, and gasping with the little girl following behind.

JennyMac said...

she got lucky.....hahaha...

Dont race children with endless stamina.

Midlife Jobhunter said...

I know that feeling in the legs. Happy to hear your daughter did the run also. Thinking her legs didn't hurt though.

Stephanie Faris said...

Little League World Series Museum? I had no idea such a thing existed!

J. J. in Phila said...

Look at this way. I'd have to rest for a day after a drive to Williamsport. :)

mappchik said...

You know, if you're going to get chicked on a run, it's a good thing that it's your little girl.

Lets you focus on how fantastic she is, instead of wondering where the hot/cold compresses and advil are.

Slamdunk said...

@ MC: Getting "chicked" is a hilarious expression. I can't wait to use it (and be glared at)...