Benched

Jan
26


Morgan’s cheering the team on from the bench now with her broken foot. (She’s more cheerful about it than she appears here! Though, she truly does hate to sit out.)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 26, 2010  

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  1. 1-26
    5:00
    am

    :hug: Poor Morgan!! :hug:

  2. 1-26
    7:11
    am

    Morgan looks more like a coach here than a benched player! Or maybe a throw-back to her ancestors, Suzanne…those who came before and tamed the Wild West Virginia! Determined looking young lady…I fear for those who cross her! (but we all know she’s a sweetie inside!)
    She’ll be up and playing before you know it…hope the healing goes well.

  3. 1-26
    9:10
    am

    Morgan is such a beauty. She doesn’t look unhappy she looks FOCUSED. Hope the foot feels better and heals quickly.

  4. 1-26
    9:39
    am

    Hang in there Morgan…it won’t be long until you’re back out on the court again doing what you love to do! :woof:

  5. 1-26
    10:34
    am

    It really stinks having to sit out because of an injury. Boo! But, my word that child has gorgeous hair! I wish my hair would look half as pretty as that. :shocked:

  6. 1-26
    12:44
    pm

    Awww…Bless her heart that sucks!!! Hope she’s better soon!

  7. 1-26
    1:22
    pm

    Focused she is: I see that eye watching you, Suzanne – camera tote’n mom.

  8. 1-26
    6:02
    pm

    I hope the foot heals well…and quickly. Poor Morgan. It’s a lesson in patience, for sure, but at least she still gets to attend the games and see her friends play. And you’re still there with her even though she’s benched :) Good on ya Mom! :happyflower:

  9. 1-26
    9:54
    pm

    That is no fun to just sit there. :no:
    I agree with Casey that Morgan’s hair is just gorgeous!

  10. 1-27
    5:40
    am

    I hope her leg heals quickly… I’m sure her team wants her back playing. Gotta be hard for an active teenager to have to sit through a game. A lesson in patience, I’m sure.

    Her hair is really getting long now, and looks so pretty. I like the style she’s wearing. She looks so grownup too. You are so blessed to have a daughter. Sons are wonderful too (I have two) but I’m guessing a daughter bonds closer to a Mother.

  11. 2-4
    9:18
    pm

    Looks like she has spotted the sneaky paparazzi!

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