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Saturday, September 01, 2007

First Saturday in September...

Yes it is 24 days to my birthday, but more importantly it is the unofficial start of College Football.

I know some games were played on Thursday but the First Saturday in September is almost like Christmas to me.

Weird day though, I have my good friend's wedding today. His wedding 'kicksoff' right around the same time that Texas starts its march to the National title.

Love my peeps to death, but if you know me YOU KNOW I will be tracking that game throughout the ceremony. Thankfully we are playing a cream-puff team so I have no fear of having to track a Texas comeback and screaming out "yes" in excitement...since with my luck it would be right at the moment that the question is asked "Does anyone here have any objections?"

CONGRATS AGAIN JOE and thanks for not having your wedding during TEXAS/OU weekend.

3 comments:

Stunner said...

What better way to kick-off your birthday, than with your favorite sport! Enjoy yourself!

Meatball said...

real impressive start to your"march to the national title"

aarond said...

Every march starts with a first step.

Ours might have been a stutter step, but at least it was not a stumble like Michigan.

I saw your team take a stride on Friday but the season is long...

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