Nov 15 2007

Welcome to the New Website

Published by admin at 10:30 am under Uncategorized

Thanks for stopping by our new website and blog.  Please check back as we will be continually updating it.

Thanks,

Rosie & Eileen

15 Responses to “Welcome to the New Website”

  1. Philippon 09 Jan 2008 at 9:44 am

    Hi ladys,

    nice to read about your softball achivement.
    I can see that you are all doing great.
    See you hopefully this summer.

    Love from Germany

    Philipp

  2. Summeron 09 Jan 2008 at 10:14 pm

    I wanna see more info on Lotta Chatter aka Norm Beaird.

  3. Keith (Ed) Wardleon 19 Jan 2008 at 4:40 pm

    This is nice!

  4. Rickon 21 Jan 2008 at 12:47 pm

    Rosie,
    It was good to see that you are doing fine.
    I pitched against you back in the 90’s in Clearwater, FL.
    Take care,
    Rick

  5. Sue Vrabel-Leidigon 23 Jan 2008 at 10:26 pm

    Hi Rosie & Eileen,
    I attened your camp twice and learned so much from both of you. You are an inspiration to me and many girls I grew up with. Every summer I would see you perform at Thillens Stadium in Illinois. You helped me compete through college and now my daughter is enjoying the sport as well. If you are ever in the Chicagoland area please let me know..I would love to get together. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world.

    All my best,
    Sue

  6. Lukeon 27 Jan 2008 at 7:29 pm

    HEY!!! I know you guys!!! love ya mom!!

  7. Kevin Nicholsonon 30 Jan 2008 at 11:39 am

    Eileen and Rosie (I had to give Eileen front billing for once Rosie!),
    You are both an inspiration to me, for what you’ve accomplished, your service to others, and for your assistance in my walk with God. Thank you!

    Sincerely,
    Kevin Nicholson

  8. Tina Matheron 05 Feb 2008 at 9:40 am

    Eileen and Rosie -

    You both rock. You love God, live life to the fullest and you kick butt in sports. What more does a person need?

    Tina

  9. Donon 30 Mar 2008 at 10:01 pm

    Hi Rosie & Eileen,

    I’ve got to be honest and tell you that when I was 10 or 11 and looked through the booklet of the “The Queen & Her Maids” I wasn’t interested in going to watch the game but that first baseman. “Karen.” I even ask how old she was through my sister and Karen was a few months older than I was. But I sure thought she was beautiful. When your family came over to sell my Dad on being an Amway Sales man I was trying to think of a way in getting her & your Younger brother outside to play hide & seek or something. I couldn’t do it though. There just never seemed to be that open door in doing so. That wasn’t going to stop me though. I went to the game a tri- Park and sat in the bleachers over by first base just to watch her. I really had a good time.
    Then my Dad went to your house to pick-up an order so I went along just incase I saw a chance to talk to Karen. I think that time was the closest I came to it. As your brother & I loaded the Station wagon Karen just happened to walk into the garage. It was then your Father introduced her to me an me to her. But that was it. She turned and walked out of the Garage. Your brother & I just went on working and I didn’t even get to talk to him much. (by the way, sorry to her about your Brother. He was a real clown with the show he put on.) Then I made another attempt by going to one of the practices your team did. Barbara, who I think was reading my mind at the time asked me if I was just going to see Karen play? I told her I was and she gave me strict orders not to talk to anyone. Just go off to one side and play invisible. Well I did as she ask but that invisible place was going to be by first base again. Shoot, she wasn’t any where near first base. That was just another waisted trip. I quit trying after that. Barbara was way older than me and I always tried keeping a distance from her as a boy.

    Well thanks for starting this Blog, I’ll keep looking in on it to see what might become of your lives from here.

    Don

  10. Paul Frankon 13 Apr 2008 at 6:11 pm

    Ladies (and Lotta)–
    It is indeed a pleasure to catch up with the marvelous ” The Queen and Her Maids” traveling softball extavaganza. Almost thirty years ago, I had the pleasure of umpiring home plate in an exhibition game when you played a collection of hotshot softball players from the Toledo, Ohio area at the Lucas County Fair. As I recall, only two of those players(the pitcher and the catcher–both young women) had any experience in fast pitch, having played in college. It was indeed a memorable experience for me and, needless to say, Rosie and Eileen and Lotta were victorious. Thanks for the great memory.

    Paul

  11. Carolon 25 Apr 2008 at 1:27 pm

    Hi Everyone,

    It was such a delightful walk down memory lane to view the photos, stories and clips. I so enjoyed my years of experience as the Tour Director (and stepmom) with the team.

    I am so proud of the incredible spiritual servants you have all become, as well as outstanding parents.

    I love all of you so much.

    Love, Carol Beaird-Gumpert

  12. Saraon 21 May 2008 at 7:55 pm

    I never was able to tell you how amazing this website turned out. It is amazing to see all of the many achievements that you both made during this time in your life. I love you both with all my heart.

    Love you mama,
    Sara

  13. Paul Harkeron 25 May 2008 at 10:31 am

    Eileen and Rosie,

    I really enjoy the updates to your web page, especially the videos and photographs. I look forward to checking in from time to time to see the latest updates.

    Paul

  14. Paul Harkeron 16 Jul 2008 at 5:59 pm

    The post above solves a small mystery! Your dad had autographed “Royal and Carol” and now I know who Carol was/is.

  15. pamela youngon 02 Jan 2009 at 5:29 pm

    thanks, i so enjoyed you playing at thillens stadium so many years ago. my daughter Pam has never forgotten you Rosie may God continue to bless you for all the good you do, Mrs, Young Pams Mom

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