I get to have two. It’s not just football season. There’s volleyball.
Last night was Morgan’s first home game in high school. I was on concession stand duty.
By the way, there’s nothing I like better at a concession stand than a little kid, dreaming of a hot dog, popcorn, sour Skittles, and a Pepsi, and counting his money to see if he can buy it all.
I’m used to the football concession stand. Overstocked. Ready for a crowd. There’s always a crowd at high school football games. I was really surprised at the light (understatement alert) attendance at the girls’ volleyball game. Well, I mean….. I’m not into sports myself, but still. Makes me sad for the girls that they get so little support. I suppose that’s typical for girls’ sports. This is, of course, my first experience with girls’ sports in high school. The concession stand was, to my football concession stand experience, shockingly understocked. (This is a totally separate concession stand–the volleyball concession stand is inside the high school building. The football concession stands are up at the stadium.) But then I discovered why they were, to my eye, understocked. There was hardly anyone there anyway, so it wasn’t really a problem.
(I was taking pictures from the home team side, so the view here is to the visitor side. There were a few more people on the home side, of course. But not a ton more.) Anyway. MORE shocking was Morgan’s hair. I hardly recognized her. And I even knew her number (14) and thought I must be wrong.
Why, that girl has TWO EYES!!!!