I know I told ya'll about my love of football yesterday but let me tell ya I don't think I have ever loved watching a game as much as yesterday!
I did so much yelling during that second half that I have come down with
a case of laryngitis. The kids have been laughing at me all day and
while Shiane is being nice and telling Chuck to stop talking to me so my
voice will heal, Chuck is saying "no let's keep her talking so she
won't be able to talk at all". I contacted my boss and asked if she thought I should work tomorrow and make my clients suffer through trying to figure out what I am saying or just take the day off. She told me to make them suffer and then put LOL, and said I might want to take the day off. So I guess the day off I shall have to take.
The first half left me thinking "okay I might as well go home" since the score was 17-0 and not in our favor. That sure changed after half time the boys came out and our defense went to work! Not sure what all the coaches said to them *okie wonders if it is some kinda football player/coach cult ritual not to talk about such things to others* but it did wonders!
In the second half the defense only allowed the other team 14 rushing yards! GO TIGERS! One of the defensive players on our team recovered a fumble and went for a 50 yard touch down. That was kinda the icing on the cake for him since it was his last game due to being a senior, but likely not his last game of football since some scouts are checking him out. It also got the team and the crowd pumped and the whole atmosphere changed after that crucial play that put us ahead.
I have been buying different papers to scrap football pictures for probably about 6 months and now it's time to start sorting through and getting some layouts designed for Chuck's football scrapbook! If he gets too bored during the off season I might even get him to take up the hobby! HA HA HA
There is nothing like the college football atmosphere! And--Shiane's shirt is perfect! This year our team is far less than stellar, but we still gather the family together for pregame tailgates--our family tradition. I have many pics of how we have all changed over the years! While we have not had any family on the team, we have the love of the game in common--passed from generation to generation. Take care and feel better! Your day off is a perfect time to get your pics scrap booked!ReplyDelete
oh oh must of been a very exciting game. love the pics you took.ReplyDelete
lol i say make him do a few of the layouts too.
Great end to the season! Can't wait to see the layouts!ReplyDelete