It’s A Very Busy Day

So, earlier this week, the Philadelphia Phillies – who I despise – had a home series with the Baltimore Orioles – who I love. Kyle had the opportunity to see the first game, and as an O’s fan, he went with some of his friends. Erik wanted to go, but he has school the next day. I couldn’t take him to the final game, because I had training.

So, being the great father I am, I bought four tickets to the Orioles game in Baltimore this afternoon. I figured I’d go with Kyle, Erik, and Kevin… until Mrs. Earp pulled me aside and said, “You know Kevin has the Neumann Scholarship test today, right?

She told me this moments after I told Kevin about the game. F**k!

So, after Kyle and Erik literally called me senile, I walked up to Kevin and told him how badly I screwed up. Suffice to say, he wasn’t pleased, and I apologized more times than I could count. It’s cap day, so I told him I would give him my cap when we get home tonight. Hopefully he doesn’t hate me for too long.

In that vein, the Neumann Scholarship test is very important, and if he is one of the winners, Kevin will get a free ride to any Catholic high school in the Philadelphia Archdiocese. The test last four hours. I have every confidence Kevin will do well, and if he doesn’t get win the scholarship, that’s okay, too.

If you could send up some good thoughts for Kevin today, I would appreciate it.

7 thoughts on “It’s A Very Busy Day

  1. I have the utmost confidence in Kevin’s abilities to pass any test.

    He has tons of experience surviving as a member of your household. 🙂 This test should be a snap.

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  2. Mike47 – Thanks. He said he didn’t think he did well, and some of the vocabulary words were difficult. I guess we’ll see.

    Cathy – He forgave me when he saw the Orioles hat, and when he realized the O’s lost today. 😦

    TXNick – As do I. He said he did his best, so we’ll see what happens. If he wins it, great, if not, he’ll still blow through high school with First Honors every semester.


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