Friday, April 20, 2007

Photo Hunt ~ Steps

My hubby is the one standing on the #2 step, this was his senior year, we were engaged, and this was his first lost for the whole year. His senior record was 33-1. He wasn't in a very good mood, but he did have an excuse. He hyper - extended his elbow the match before the finals. I was there as a cheerleader, however, I was cheering for his rival school, only 5 miles away. At least he didn't have to wrestle against anybody from my school in the state tournament, because he already beat him out before he got there. It sounds like I'm a little proud of my hubby of almost 25 years, well I am! Now he still uses this God gifted talent rolling around on a wrestling mat in our basement with the boys we work with or to restrain them when needed.

13 comments:

srp said...

Not many who participate in sports, especially individual sports, ever get to stand on the podium... especially in that position. What a great memory!

Rose said...

Wonderful memory indeed and you should be proud. You have a beautiful family.

jmb said...

Great photo for the theme, Cathy. Too bad he's not on the top step, but second is pretty good for being injured.
jmb

amy said...

Nice shot! Thanks for letting us get to know you!
What a wonderful family



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Dana said...

Ahh, what a sweet picture and memory. Thank you for sharing.

jenn in holland said...

What a great photo! Lovely memories too.
enjoy the weekend.

Crazy Working Mom said...

Awesome photo! :)
What a great memory to go along with it.

Happy Hunting.

Bengbeng said...

what a lovely family you have...that is equivalent to great wealth

Linda said...

That was an impressive record he had, 33-1! Good for him! I bet this picture brings back a lot of memories, both good and bad as I'm sure he was disappointed at not being on the top step but to be at #2 with an injury is still very, very good!

Lynn said...

Nice sharing. It's nice too that you recalled all the 'stories' behind this picture. :)

Barbara H. said...

What a great picture for today! I think you right to be proud of him! :)

Incog & Nito said...

Very talented, although he doesn't look too happy about that loss. A great memory picture. Happy weekend.

meeyauw said...

What a beautiful love story. You are so fortunate!

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