Look what Old Navy has:
In that case I’ll take 10 please!!
I saw this on Twitter:
Any man who espouses Coach Eric Taylor’s rousing credo is a man I am happy to support (let’s face it – I was going to vote for Obama anyway, but this seals the deal!)
I needed some Dillon, Texas in my life the other night so I watched the S3 FNL episode Hello, Goodbye and it was so, so good: Tyra breaks Landry’s heart, Matt’s mom tries to make amends, Tami loses the Jumbotron fight and Smash gets into college (not enough Riggins, but you can’t have everything!) Even though I’ve seen the episode I was still drawn in and again held my breath as Smash tried out and I cried when he got into college and thanked Coach for everything. Friday Night Lights STICKS with you, it gets under your skin and it doesn’t matter how many times I watch it, or how long the show is off the air – I will always care about these characters and be invested in their stories.
I live in New England and apparently the Patriots are going to the Superbowl. I’m not a sports fan, my bands are my teams – but it is exciting for the fans and since it will be a match-up with the Giants it will be full-blown Pats insanity/heated rivalry here for the next few weeks (months? When’s the Superbowl? Again, sports are not my thing – my thing is the upcoming Oscars.)
Pretty much all I know about football and all I care about football is when it is played in Dillon Texas and it involves either the Dillon Panthers or East Dillon Lions or some Superteam combination of both:
Clear eyes, full hearts, CAN’T LOSE!!!!