"T" is for:
I don't know, guys.
It was the first "T" word that popped into my head.
Maybe it's Freudian. I mean, I may have been called stubborn, possibly, once or twice in my life. Perhaps. Maybe my id is trying to tell my ego something.
Or maybe I'm just tired, and I'm babbling again, because I have absolutely no idea what the hell I'm talking about.
"A" is for:
Yes. It is a word.
"C" is for:
Specifically, the 2013 A to Z Challenge, which will be taking place in April.
I read a lot of the posts contributed to last year's challenge, as written by a bunch of my Bloggy Buddies here in the 'Verse, and I remember thinking, "Holy shit! This challenge must be fun . . . at least, at first. I'll bet it's a huge pain in the ass more often than not! How neat!"
Or something like that.
Anyhoo, so I've decided that I'm going to participate this year. I'll probably regret this decision later on, but for now . . . ? I'm pretty hyped.
Do people still say, "Hyped"?
"O" is for:
As I'm sitting here, my 13-yo is watching the Alabama - Notre Dame bowl game . . . which kinda means I'm sorta watching it, too.
Poor Notre Dame is losing.
It's now 28-0.
I'm pretty sure it's over.
My dad is a big ND fan, and he's not even watching the game right now . . . which tells me that he's pretty sure it's over, too.
However, like my 14-yo just said, things can change on a dime when it comes to this football shit. (She didn't say, "shit" . . . I did.) And it is only halftime.
My aunt went to Penn State. She was in the Blue Band. My grandma would go to the home games to see her, and the one time PSU was playing Alabama, the only ticket my gram was able to score from a scalper (my gram bought tickets from scalpers! HA!), happened to be smack-dab in the middle of the section of the stadium that PSU would reserve for the visiting team.
Anyhoo, so there's my gram, sitting amongst all the red-clad 'Bama fans, all decked out in her Penn State Blue & White, and every time the 'Bama fans would shout, "Roll Tide!", my gram would reply, "Roll over, Tide. Roll right on over."
And here ends Kelly's trip down memory lane. :-)