Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


Go Stars!

While my honey is no fan of the Stars (he's a Minnesota native who thinks the North Stars should still exist), he gets to go to his second Stars game of the season. This one: a playoff game.

He so sucks.


He calls me with trepidation in his voice.
AoD: Honey? (my first clue that something was amiss)
AoM: Yeah, babe.
AoD: Do we have any plans tonight?
AoM: Well, I was going to the junior high "meet the principal" night to find out more about middle school. Why? Do you have to work late?
AoD: Well, I don't have to work late, but I have something to do.
AoM: Oh yeah? What's that?
AoD: One of my vendors got Stars playoff tickets.
AoM: Dude! You are so there. I am not going to tell you to miss a playoff game. I can drag the kids with me if I have to.

Yeah, I'm a rockin' kind of wife. But, he will find ways to pay me back, I'm sure. ;)

Go Stars! Thanks to BT for the image.


  • At 6:00 PM, April 24, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'm about to head up to the AAC myself for Game 2. It better be 180 degrees different than Saturday.

    This is also my first playoff game. Many fans get hooked on hockey because of the playoffs.. your hubby might become a diehard after tonight.

    Go Stars!!

  • At 7:31 AM, April 25, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    NO no BT. I like hockey, I just really hate the Stars. Imagine if you will a dimension, well just imagine how you would feel if the Cowboys up and moved to Nebraska because "they can't make money on football in Texas".

    Then you may only begin to understand the depths of my hatred for the Stars...they are dead to me.

  • At 9:31 AM, April 25, 2006, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    Not that he's bitter or anything. ;)

    I watched part of the game while I was writing and kept thinking about this sportswriter friend of mine in Killeen. Several years ago, she gave a bellboy a BJ to get in the hotel where the Avalanche was staying to get up to a player's room. Apparently, she was prepared to give him one, too, to get an autograph or trinket. Being a married man, he declined, smiled and gave her his jersey. The player: Joe Sakic.

    I just kept thinking of that last night while watching the Stars blow it. *sigh* I thought they had it in the second period.


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