I really don't know why i am doing this but i suppose that i feel the need. a handful of weeks back Elizabeth got tickets to see the Colts play the Houston Texans. we went, saw, good times.
The week right after that, my buddy Trevor and i left Kropf at 2:30 and drove to beautiful Athens, GA which is a full 12.5 hour drive. that i s a long time after being up at 5:50 that morning and then getting there at 3 the next morning. we got to Athens, drove around, found a Walmart and spent slept in his truck. not comfy. it was 77 degrees at 3 am and this truck isn't diesle so we were obviously not going to let it just run all night. also we are in a nice but strange place so we arn't going to leave the windows down, so with a 1/4 " crack at the top, we kick the seats back and take a crappy snooze. it was so hot, so stuffy and worst of all, we got slap happy. giggling like school girls for NO reason at all. mind you we had also brushed our face and contacts and stuff like that in walmart. only adding to the white-trashiness of it all. We both barley slept if that is what you would call it. In the morning we went into the Walmart (again) and did the whole brush teeth, contacts and that even changed in the stalls. they were fairly clean by the way yet still a message for a number to call butit had 8 digits (southerners!) we left there and stopped at the only restarant around. WAFFLE HOUSE. not to say that there was only 1 but 700 of these places, still, all WAFFLE HOUSES. Perhaps the finest sausage patty i have ever had. everyone was super nice. we left there and got on campus. as soon as we pulled in we saw free parking so we instantly pulled in, only later to find out that the whole campus is a free parking mecca. We later discovered that the spot we got as literally the farthest place away. no biggie! we walked to the stadium quite early, did a little shopping, got lost, headed in the exact opposite direction we were supposed to go, kept going, got turned around by locals, and got back to the truck. the guy we asked after figuring out we had no idea said, "Oh, it'll take about 3 hours by foot (1.5 hours before kick off) but when it took me 3 hours, i was very drunk. we had it back in about 20 minutes. we got talking to the people we were parked next to who were really nice, they offered us food and drink, which we had brought our own. then people a few cars down offered us cheese burgers cause they were leaving to go to the game so we took those (fine cheese burgers)
the game we wonderful. it was Colorado (0-3) against THE GEORGIA BULLDOGS (3-0). it was to be a blow out. at Sanford Stadium you can walk all over the place. go right up to the hedges that outline the field. i t was so cool. we watched 3 of the ugliest quarters of football that UGA had played in a long time. we were down 10-0 after the 3rd quarter. bad plays, worse coaching plan. finally in the 4th they went to the 3rd string QB since the 1st string was injured, second string was the starter as a true freshman and looked like it. Joe Cox went in there like he had done it a thousand times. Bulldogs win 14-13. great game! the place was jumping! we hauled ass back to the car, and got headed out of town because now we are headed to Trevors sisters in Broadripple. 9 hours later and tired as hell, we arrive.
after a lovely nights sleep in Brandy's roommates bed (without the roommate) Big Don Kropf joined us and the 4 of us went to the Colts and Jacksonville game in Indy. again a great game and the Colts win big (SEE JEFF, I CAN MAKE THE HOME TEAM WIN!!!!)
okay, i may have more to say but my hands hurt from typing and i don't remember much more. later