Hi Kevin,Sorry about the game. We like both teams, so we were okay with the outcome. That being said, we still "feel your pain". Nice drawing! Personally, having lived in east Tennessee, an hour south of Knoxville, when Peyton Manning was at Tennessee, I was much more interested in the Bronco's game. My gut told me to not get too pumped-up, because Tom Brady and company usually prevail in such games. If you can believe it--I was so nervous, I did not watch a single minute of that game! Didn't want to jinx Peyton. I guess it worked. Anyway, it should be an interesting Super Bowl. The "Best corner in the league" versus the best passer.Have a good week and I hope you have a chance (and the weather cooperates) to hit the golf ball.Sincerely,Gary.
Yeah, I had to stop watching the 49'er game in the third quarter when it was clear to me that Seattle was gaining momentum. I went to the store and listened on the radio so I wouldn't feel as disappointed in the outcome. I have a tendency to get too wrapped up in these things. So when I feel my blood pressure rising, I have to divert my attention and get things back into perspective. Speaking of that, the Blazers are on a tear this year. As with most Portlanders, this is the first time in years I've actually followed them with any real interest. They're a lot of fun to watch, they have great team chemistry and the coach is very good. I try to temper my enthusiasm with them as well. I don't yell at the TV nearly as much as I did in the old days. haha