Saturday, January 17, 2009

History In The Making

The most important event of the year, or at least of this winter, is about to unfold before our very eyes. I have my HD/DVR set to record it, we'll invite a few close friends to witness it with us, and we'll likely make and consume some great food and beverages at the same time.
An event of this consequence and magnitude comes to us very seldom. Let it burn into your memory so that your children's children may celebrate the anniversary of this historic event. So to all of this I say,
"Go Steelers!"

14 comments:

Lanny said...

Yahoo Steelers.

Rachel said...

At first there I thought you had changed sides! Whew!!!

As for your previous post that gave me a good laugh!! I certainly know the feeling of looking in the mirror!! The worst is when I go into a store and try on clothes and see myself in their full length mirrors. It's quite shocking and scary!

Lucy Stern said...

I had a feeling you were talking Super Bowl.... I haven't watch one football game all year, we are just not football fans...Now, Baseball is my sport and spring training is about to start....yea! I suppose I can say "Go Steelers!"

bobbie said...

I'm with you on this one. Go Steelers!

Gette said...

I'm more excited about spring training too, although disgusted that I found $29 fares to Florida and not one game I can attend due to schedule. Bummer.

Ralph said...

We'll bring wings and chips. Let us know if you need anything else.
That was a good game last night.
Ralph

Shannon said...

Cliff, you are too funny!

EV said...

Eat drink and be merry .... ;0)

Anonymous said...

I heard there is a big to do tommorow but can't remember what it is. What could be more important than football?

Marla said...

Cliff your way to funny!

Janell said...

Nope - gotta go with the hubby on this one.

KURT WARNER ROCKS!!!

Live Well, Laugh Often & Love Much said...

You got it, GO STEELERS!

Jamie Dawn said...

I care not about sports. I am too spiritual for such temporary things. My heart is set on that which is eternal.

:-)

I'm cracking myself up here.

Paul Nichols said...

Something tells me that Kurt Warner is foxier than he's given credit for.

Not only that, but I thought you're a Nebraska fan.

Me? I'm a Yankee fan.