< class="entry-title">Purple Pandas Pounded

This has long been the place for the adulation of my daughters’ soccer teams. Well, today we get to share a drubbing! That’s right, Aspen’s Purple Pandas went down at the hands of a good team to the tune of 7-1. But, there were some good things too! It isn’t, …

< class="entry-title">Purple Pandas Perservere

Truth be told, I haven’t even watched this whole video yet… I’m waiting to do so with the girls. But, I thought some of you might want to kill 8 minutes on a Monday morning, so I’m putting up the video of Saturday’s soccer game. Aspen’s team got off to …

Our DC Rowhouse
< class="entry-title">DC Day 1

With Spring Break quickly approaching, I texted the girls to ask them each individually where they’d like to go. I gave them 4 choices: nowhere (staycation), New Orleans, Key West/Everglades, or Washington, DC. In a rare moment of unanimity, they all responded with DC. (Good thing as I didn’t have …

< class="entry-title">May Madness and Panda Power

College basketball has March Madness. u11 soccer has May Madness. And Panda Power! Goofy Girls: Isabel, Remi, Nisi, and Aspen U-11 Silver Division Champions: TNFC’s May Madness Tournament, May 5-6, Franklin, TN Aubry (not a Panda but a new pal) and Aspen: Soccer and Volleyball Teammates She shoots, she scores! (Ok, so …

< class="entry-title">The Other Side of the Coin

A year ago, Aspen’s team played in one tough league.  The league consisted of the Purple Pandas, 3 teams from Brentwood Soccer Club, 1 team of pseudo club players, and 1 other team comparable to the Pandas.  Frankly, there were several very challenging games.  But the girls never gave up… …

< class="entry-title">The Giraffe

Today was a good day, a memorable one. Like most Saturdays, it started at the market, where we bought some 32 quarts of strawberries… But that’s another post. From there, to the soccer fields, where the Purple Pandas (Aspen’s team) managed a 1-1 draw against a team that had beaten …

< class="entry-title">Soccer Returns…

And the Purple Pandas return to the field. It’s early in the season, the result was a 6-1 loss, but there signs of hope for the Pandas. The second half was a 1-1 tie, so that’s something to build on.

< class="entry-title">Soccer Video – November 7, 2009

There’s nothing particularly monumental about these two soccer games, but if you’re way into the soccer videos, enjoy. Aspen’s team, the Purple Pandas, took a bit of a beating from one of the Brentwood Soccer Club teams. Aside from our inability to get out of goal kicks and goalie pickups, …