My family loves sports. It's what we do, what we know, and what we love. My parents are big sports fans, so of course, my sister, brother and I continue to carry the torch. But, with my brother in Kansas City and my sister in Illinois, I miss watching games with them. Thank goodness for texting. I can watch a … Continue reading Day #29 of Wild and Exciting Little Things: Sport Texting
This past Sunday, before I headed to a bridal shower, I checked the battery on my phone, checked the time for the AFC/NFC playoff games, and posted on Facebook something about reminding myself that not every woman schedules her life events around the NFL, college basketball and other sports calendars. I'm the woman who set … Continue reading It’s not sports, it’s family…or I yam what I yam.
Random #1: I already tweeted about this earlier, but I'm still having a hard time with Mark Turgeon being the head coach for Terps basketball. Turgeon and Maryland, Turgeon and Maryland...no matter how many times I say or type, it just doesn't fit. Gary Williams has some mighty big shoes to fill according to Terrapin Nation and from what I remember watching … Continue reading Random Tuesday (Turgeon, superstitions, Mob Wives and zombies)
No, it hasn't taken me this long to recover from New Year's festivities. Actually, it's taken me until now to recover from the entire holiday season. So I've had plenty of time to think back on the year and the key moments in sports that will linger on in my memory. So while I'm sure … Continue reading 2010. Didn’t it make you want to…rage?
The sides served with a Chicago-style hot dog during the post-Thanksgiving weekend. It's Sunday. The Bears play the Eagles in exactly three hours and sixteen minutes at Soldier Field. I'll be tuning in via my computer, since our local Wichita station chooses to show the Tampa Bay/Baltimore game. Yeah, I'm sure those are regional games... So while most of … Continue reading A QB with a split personality, an Indian, and a Rose