This is a survival kit for all of the travel baseball coaches who will meet for our annual picnic soon. It is a clear bag with items in it and a topper that has lots of different kinds of thank yous in various colors on it. The items listed are from different combinations I've seen on the internet.
Date: Friday, July 22, 2005 GMT Views: 12688
My husband coaches 8U & two of my girls play Fastpitch Softball. People have no idea what it means to a volunteer coach to feel appreciated. My husband would have a breakdown crying in the middle of the field if someone thought enough to do this for him. LOVE IT! Thank you!
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Sat, Jul 23, 2005 @ 6:25 AM
Here you go. The hand- is a stamped set of hands on card stock.
Have fun and let those coaches know how much they're appreciated. I know I wouldn't want their 'job' some days.
Coaches Survival Kit
Toothpick-For tolerating differences and ‘picking’ out the good qualities in others.
Starburst Lollipop -For the burst of energy you need to coach the team.
Shiny Penny-to remind you each boy shines in his own special way.
Eraser-To remind you everyone makes errors. We learn from our errors.
Gum-To help ‘stick’ with things when they get tough.
Button-To remind you to button your lip when you want to argue a call.
Puzzle Piece-To remind you that every child is affected by your actions and is
an important part of the team.
Rubberband-To be flexible in working with boys who are only 10 years old!
Marbles-For when you lose yours working with 10 year olds!
Aspirin-For those days when nothing goes right!
Hand-For the pat on the back you deserve for all of your efforts this season.