Brett took me to see the mighty Celtics play the Warriors. It was an incredible game with Baron hitting a shot to win the game 119-117.Also just have to say, Monta is awesome!
The Atlanta Braves and San Francisco Giants battled for the playoffs in 1993. Barry, Will the Thrill, Matt Williams, and the “Crime Dog”. At a record of 103-59, the Giants ended up missing the playoffs and I have hated the Braves ever since.
I just found out my comments have been broken since I upgraded versions of my blogging software. I had to go into the ip ban list in the database and remove the entry “*@spears.com”. I guess Brittney has the extra time to spam this little blog. 🙂
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I had a great New Years in Tahoe with Suzi, Mel, Jackie, Brett, Danielle, Chris, Carly, Cuz and of course Chloe. We skiied at Homewood, tried to ice skate at Squaw and hit up the casinos on our way out of town. Good times!
Every wonder what a caucus is and why the Iowa one is so important in the presidential race? Look no further than this CNN article, “Iowa caucuses 101: Arcane rules have huge impact on outcome“.
Brett took me to the warriors game last night. The Arena was electric in anticipation of a great season. Also thanks B, we had great seats!
Oh GS scored 45 first quarter points en route to a 129-114 win.
Farrell’s was a great old fashioned ice cream parlor that we used to frequent growing up. It was great for us as kids because they had the earthquake sundae which has something like 50 scoops of ice cream in a huge silver bowl that took two people to carry. After you were all done, each Farrell’s had a gigantic candy section!Some memories from our family….
Sister in-law’s mom:Do I remember Farrell’s? Well, yeah, duh! We had so much fun taking you guys there!!!When the whistle blew and the drum rolled, your eyes would get really, really big! Some of you would get really, really scared. Hugh got really, really sick on his 2d or 3d birthday and threw up all over the table and floor. We left quickly.And the ice cream was the best. I would eat mine and any ice cream not eaten by you children. Of course, I had to arm wrestle Dad for it!Yes, fond memories.The man who was our witness during our marriage was a co-owner of a Farrell’s in San Diego. Al Krivy was in the Navy (a life) but did well for himself with his investment.
Sister in-law:I LOVED Farrell’s….we only have one open in Oregon now…the original one. We should go next time you guys are up here. We used to go there on each birthday….it was a blast! Thanks for bringing up the memories!
Me:Hey Mom & Dad,Do you guys remember Farrell’s Ice Cream?Suzi and I went to Swensens in Pleasanton last night and I was telling herabout how great Farrell’s was when we were kids. I remember the Zoo andVolcano sundaes. And the Candy. Oh man that place was fun.Here is some websites I dug up.Click around on that first link and there is some great stuff. Even somemultimedia clips of the zoo sundae!