LeRoy Peterson Law September 2019


Weddings, Choir, and Baseball One More Family Reunion! www.LeRoyPetersonLaw.com

September 2019

Remember when I said the Peterson side of the family doesn’t get to see each other much? On this last trip of ours, we actually had a chance to catch up with them for a special moment in my nephew’s life. My oldest nephew, Ryan, was getting married in San Francisco, and I couldn’t be happier for him as he starts the next chapter of his life with his wife, Hillary. In those four days we were visiting San Francisco, we packed in a lot. We not only attended the wedding but also had a chance to see a Giants game and take in some of the sights and sounds of San Francisco! If you’re not familiar, a family goal of ours is to see every single baseball stadium in the country. Thursday was game night. Oracle Park is a beautiful stadium; we’ve watched it on TV for years! They had statues of baseball greats likeWillie Mays and Willie McCovey. We got our money’s worth that day with a 16-inning game we were able to enjoy with my brother, Les, and his family! We sat down the right-field line with quite the view of the pitcher’s duel that unfolded throughout the night. A captivating day made for an interesting night as the game progressed, neither team letting up. Both Madison “MadBum” Bumgarner and Noah Syndergaard were at their best. It was a late night in July unlike any other. As it came down to the 16th inning, the Giants and the Mets were 1-1. The Giants got the best of the Mets during this game, though: They scored in the bottom of the 16th to win the game. We may not have been favoring one team over another, but it was still a fantastic game to watch. Between the amazing hike we went on, the interesting tour of the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, and a pre-wedding reception, Friday was an eventful day for everyone. Haight-Ashbury is a historic part of the community as it’s well-known and credited as the birthplace of the counterculture movement. We had an amazing time checking out all the shops and houses in the neighborhood. We were never far from tie-dye, as we could still see plenty in the windows in the area! The hike was so much fun —we were able to see the entire city! We saw downtown San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge! Luckily, we didn’t experience too much of that infamous Bay Area fog, so we were so lucky to see the horizon. The immaculate weather allowed the wedding to go off without a hitch on Saturday. The wedding was hosted outdoors at Treasure Island, and the reception was inside in a real neat venue with so much natural sunlight, it

made it feel like we were outside, only it was warmer. The night was topped off with performances from the choir that both Ryan and Hillary perform in. Ryan and Hillary actually joined in for a few songs during the ceremony. While on the road back home on Sunday, I was reminded of just how precious moments like these are for families and how many people we’re really connected to. Our family stretches pretty wide at the moment, as family members traveled from Nebraska, Kansas, Arizona, Tennessee, and even Japan to attend the wedding!

While we look forward to moments like these, there are some moments we don’t look forward to but need to prepare for just the same. If you need help preparing for those“events,”give us a call at 402-718-8888 or visit our website anytime at LeroyPetersonLaw.com.

-LeRoy Peterson

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