the clapper is no more

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt
Canucks 3, Blackhawks 1. It was so much fun at the game 🙂 We were sitting in a section full of interesting people. The guys behind us were from Thunder Bay, Ontario, the guys in front were from around here but I think they kept trying to pick us both up :-\ Then there was anything from pucksluts (alone or with their man-arm-candy) or gravelly-voiced cougars wearing jerseys drooling over Bert. The game was good – I told ya – as long as Auld was in net we’d be okay 😉 Also, ‘my boy’ Park got an assist, and some other really great chances. The beer and the company were just lovely although I was battling (and currently still am) a head cold.

This week/weekend is the Party on the Pacific – I was never much into football at all. Although I find most sporting events are pretty darn exciting when you’re there in person. The crowd, the atmosphere, the stinky-sweaty smell of competition. Good times. The BC Lions aren’t even in the Grey Cup this year but I’m sure the energy around town will be pretty electric will all the festivities going on. We’ll see how it goes, especially with good ol’ Pam being the Grand Marshall of the Parade. Good luck girls.

I’m a rugby girl. 5 years as scrum half for Whalley and QE – we went to provincials twice and kicked butt. No pads, no helmets, just a bunch of girls tackling each other in the mud. Oh my 😉 Except if the “mud” is like the stuff on the field at Langley Secondary – I think their septic system is under the field because OOOH boy that stuff was nasty.

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  1. MoiThursday, November 24th, 2005 — 2:43pm PST

    The best was when you snuck into my room while I was sleeping, stole my brand new shirt that I had never worn and wore it for rugby practice. And by Rugby practice I mean, full on pissing rain, caked on mud practice.

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