Well Amigos my new best friend James is gone and the lesbians have returned. They dragged in yesterday afternoon and barely managed to bring a few suitcases in from the car before climbing in our king-sized bed and doing guess what. Guessed wrong.
They started watching the Bowl Game AGAIN that the nice guy James had recorded for them. Sweet Lady Gaga. These two are hopeless. They were so tired they nodded off in the third quarter and I managed to sneak a look at some of their pictures from the trip.
MickAhNoPee, Florida – Hmmm
New Year’s Eve at Universal Park?
Check out the blinking hair
The old woman Slow and Pretty
Well, at least the lesbians had the good common sense not to put blinking lights in their hair for New Year’s Eve. The Hard Rock Cafe was the place to be for Christmas trees…
…and guitars in fountains
Team banners hang outside Citrus Bowl stadium
Looks like they really did go to the Bowl Game after all – Gamecocks against Wisconsin. Slow and Pretty were probably in football heaven. They are easily entertained, if you catch my drift. New Year’s Day Bowl Games are such a Big Deal in our family. We watched with James from the best seats at Casa de Canterbury.
And the Band played on evidently
Gamecock Fans aren’t born that way, but
they start very early
…and rolled over the Badgers
All the Cocks rejoiced
As for Pretty and Slow, well…
Looks like they had a fun time without the Three Musketeers who managed to celebrate without them.
Slow just can’t leave that hand thing alone
Now she’s saying Fear the Other Thumb
The Red Man gives the Game Balls for the Bowl Game to his favorites Jadeveon Clowney-Man, QB Connor Shaw, Wide Receiver Bruuuuuce Ellington and finally to the Old Bald Coach Steve Spurrier. Thanks for the memories, guys – and Paw Snaps and Twirls for all the fun you gave us this season. I don’t know what we’d do at Casa de Canterbury in the fall without you.
JD, Connor and Bruce plus probably Kelsy Quarles and Victor Hampton, too – we’ll miss you at Williams Brice but wish you the best in the NFL. Make lots of money and never forget The Red Man was one of your biggest fans.
Get me outta here Percy…I’m behind on my resolutions for 2014…
Wooooow Gamecocks! SEC SEC SEC! Looks like the Old Bald Coach and LSU’s Mad Hatter managed to do what Bama’s Little Nicky couldn’t: win a bowl game. 🙂 Not sure whether or not you’ve seen the video of the crazy Bama “lady” fan at the Sugar Bowl (she said she wasn’t intoxicated, but she had consumed a couple of drinks; right!). Nice to know our peeps are more controlled, right Red Man? And I’m happy that Slow and Pretty enjoyed the game. Are you ready for some basketball?
Oh, Miss Harper Lee, we kept a close eye on the Outback Bowl to make sure the Mad Hatter at LSU took care of SEC business and yes, thank God they did! All of us at Casa de Canterbury are huge LSU fans now that you and The Red Man are best friends. We didn’t see the video of the crazy Bama fan but we did watch the entire Sugar Bowl and were amazed. Could it be too much Saban Swagger??!!
We aren’t big round ball fans in our family unless they are small and yellow and hit by rackets so we will be waiting for the Australian Open every year after football season and of course this year will be the Olympics! Who knows what the year will bring for Miss Harper Lee and The Red Man??!! We hope it’s your best ever…:)
Really? They watched the game again?!! They are dyed in the wool fans, no doubt about it. You at least avoided all the crowds and noise and got to watch in comfort. CP and I are happy all went well with James and you. I mean, you could’ve pulled more drama than Spike. 🙂
Glad to have you home and to see some smiles. This year will be great, resolutions or not.
My dear Poppy,
Sad, but true. They watch the games over and over again when they win. Truly pathetic, aren’t they?? The Three Musketeers at Casa de Canterbury hope all of our friends in Pennsylvania don’t freeze in the snow!! You and Cassie Potatoes make sure Ma keeps you dry and warm. Maybe even a Hot Toddy to take the chill out of your paws…just saying…:)
Oh THAT bowl game. Hahaha, guess which one was the best game ever? That would be the Sugar Bowl!
Sugar Bowl a great game, Luanne – and I thought of you when Oklahoma won!! Boomer Sooner!! Congratulations – Big Win!!
Thanks! Congrats to you, too!
I’m dreading the wait until football starts again. I’ll occupy myself with NASCAR, but my heart isn’t in it. I think Spring drills are in April, I’ll be in countdown mode until then. Fantastic bowl games this season.
I agree totally plgcm – some of the best bowl games ever!! And we are so glad to hear from you because we wanted to know what you think of Charlie Strong going to Texas?? Big news out of Austin. Actually, the old woman Slow said that she thought the Horns would go after Charlie after his resurrection of the Louisville program. Need another Teddy Bridgewater in Austin next year. Hook ’em!
P.S. Can’t go with you on the NASCAR circuit – you’ll have to wing it by yourself…we’ll be watching tennis and the Olympics! We always dread the wait until football cranks up for spring practices. I see you are as hopeless as all of us at Casa de Canterbury. 🙂
Red Man, you did the right thing sending the lesbians off on their own – what a lot of noise and commotion it would have been. Much better to watch the match from your bed 😉
Yes, thank you very much! AT least, The Three Musketeers were able to enjoy a relatively quiet New Year’s Day with my new best friend James and the games…we will be looking forward to more of your adventures in 2014!! Happy New Year across The Pond!!