Tuesday, April 3, 2012


Is drive a noun? A verb? An adjective?
1. to send, expel, or otherwise cause to move by  compulsion: to drive away the flies;
2. to cause and guide -to drive a car
3. to force to work or act: He drove the workers until they collapsed.
4. urge, compel.
Well, for me, Drive is the name of my grandson's travel elite baseball team. They are all driven little guys. And I drive all over to watch them play!! It is so enjoyable to watch these future men learn about sportsmanship, develop their skills and have great passion for the sport. They are a driven group! I know how sports had a positive influence on my son throughout his youth and I wish the same for these fellows. Oh, and they won a tournament last week...so proud!


Abracadebra Designs said...

Go Team!!! My daughter never got into sports, but my nephews, one 16 and one 9 have both played soccer ever since they could walk!!! I find myself driving all over the place to watch them play, too. But it is so, so, so very worth it.

Sandra Tyler said...

Ok, now I'm hear to start following you on the challenge! But post to on the FB groups, at least with us zibbeters so I. Know you're up!