Sunday, October 12, 2008

Football!!!

so last night at 10, we got a pleasant surprise. a coworker texted dave and asked if he wanted 4 tickets to the seahawks game. after some quick thinking about who and where and how and all that, we got it sorted out and definitely accepted. so today after church, shane,my dad, myself and micah all experienced our first professional football game. (it was dave's second). if you're doing the math there, micah doesn't require a ticket which is why he got to go. layla was happily deposited with my mother for a nap and some 'school'. the first half of the game was great, but the second half got boring because the packers were the only ones doing anything exciting. micah napped through the whole second half - dave did too. well, not the whole second half, but parts for sure. shane decided that seahawks games weren't quite as exciting as he thought they were going to be (he's been lobbying to go to one for a while now), but it was a pretty good deal because he got a hot dog, some popcorn and a blue jones soda lemonade. he rates all sporting events on the amount, diversity and quality of the junk food he consumes while in attendance. dave was happy the seahawks didn't win (same division as the 49ers), my dad seemed happy just to be there, and i thoroughly enjoyed myself, although a little more action on the seahawks side of the field would have been welcome. apparently i really like football games. who knew?! of course we forgot the camera, so there are no pictures. oh well, how typical!

5 comments:

  1. I just have to ask, what are you doing in your profile picture?

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  2. isn't it obvious? i'm swinging a sledgehammer at a friend...

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  3. ... who gave Rahel a boatload of crap for owning one in the first place...

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  4. I will forever ask you first from now on when I get tickets to a sporting event. I feel like a bad husband now for not doing so previously. I knew baseball is an ask Rachel 1st sport, but others I wasn't so sure on. Now we just have to figure out how to go without kids.

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  5. I scored a ticket to a Seahawks game once, but there was only one ticket to be had, so I had to go alone :(, but they won :( But that was back in the days of the King Dome

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