Posted by jeremy blankenship on Sunday, October 25, 2009
Well we just got home from my sons football game. Again this year we made it two games into the playoffs. Its kinda scary. Last year this same team went two games into the playoffs and lost in overtime. Well the same thing just happened today. We held the game 0-0 for4 quarters. Went into overtime and gave up a score. The guys had a great season and alot of fun. Besides some broken hearts this afternoon they realy had a good season. But now that football is over its time to get ready for wrestling season. Thats always fun LOL....
jason holgate Says:
Sunday, October 25, 2009 @3:48:33 PM
know where you are coming from the fact they consistantly make the playoffs is huge these kids will have long careers together they will be hungry and as they get older who knows states?
Sunday, October 25, 2009 @7:53:09 PM
Hey Jeremy! It is cool to see that you are from Dayton Ohio. I live in Brookville Ohio! Just started playing banjo and really fell in love with it. Do you know of anybody that is jamming around here, friendly, and doesn't care if someone is a rank beginner to pick with them? I have an upright bass, and dulcimer too lol! I am interested in buying a deering goodtime 2 banjo with a case if you know of anybody that has a decent one for sale. I have been watching craigs list but several of them got snatched up already, and the other one is in Bethel Ohio and I can't get the guy to email me back on it. I figured he must not want to sell it very bad. It is good to see that there are other pickers close by.
Monday, October 26, 2009 @1:27:21 PM
0-0 for 4 quarters... man. That's a game right there. Tough one for Ty, but we all know it making the playoffs is a great accomplishment. He'll look back on these times and tell the stories just as you and I do on a good weekly basis. HAHA
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