If you're unfamiliar with the premise of "The Middle," it is not that difficult to grasp. It is a comedy about the Heck family. Husband Mike and wife Frankie live normal lives in the midwest with their three children. Well, I say normal because they are usually typical situations that I think all of us can relate to at one point or another. Season two was chalked full of interesting storylines that were just as interesting as season one! It is definitely worth your time to keep up with the Hecks!
In season two "the Heck's have their son Axl in football and daughter Sue in cross country. They try their best to attend their children's events but often disagree on which event they want to attend."
Has this ever happened to you and your family, or have too many events and too little time? How did you resolve it? As my kids are young, I've never really had this issue. However, I recalled what happened a time or two when I was in high school and middle school. My parents didn't often come to my sporting events, which was fine by me. Well, before I got my driver's license, I depended on my parents for a ride. One day, my brother was having a baseball game at the same time as my softball game. His game was about a mile away and my parents chose to go watch him play. So, when my game got over, I had to walk over to his game... in my uniform and cleats.... it was great...
“I have been hired by Warner Bros. WBWord division to promote The Middle Season Two on DVD."