Real Life with a Touch of Sarcasm

Sunflower State Games 2016.

We spent all day Saturday in Topeka at the Sunflower State Games 2016.


It was hot. Hot. Hot. Hot. He played his first game at noon. It was hot, but it wasn’t bad.


Sadly, he lost the first Match 6-3, 6-0. He tried hard, but it was the first game he had played since last year and he didn’t have a lot of chances to practice, what with the move and all that. I don’t think I normally sweat as much when I exercise as I did watching that match. Holy cow. So much sweat. His aunt and uncle, who are excellent tennis players (I have heard), came to watch the first match and then took us out for lunch at the Blue Moose. I am even more excited for them to open one in Manhattan because it was delicious. Yum yum yum yum yum.


wp-1468171132761.jpgThe guy he lost against played his 6:30 guy at 3:30 so we went and watched that match. It took about an hour and a half. I felt bad for them both. They were 49 and 58 years old. I heard someone say that it was about 110 degrees on the court. They took quite a few breaks which was well deserved. Also about that time I realized that even though I had covered up the rest of my body, I forgot about my face. Hello sunburn.


The sun was still brutal at the beginning of the 6:30 match, but by the end it started to go down. It was just a very long day. Both guys were exhausted and worn out.


HE WON!! 6-1, 6-3.


He also got an invitation to the State Games of America in Michigan next summer, so we will be making sure he gets a lot more practice!

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