My son’s debut on DatuKnows! Everyone, meet Everest!
2017 NBA Finals Game 5. Let’s go!
Just a few more hours to go. Tick, tock, tick, tock.
Before the Finals started, I originally said, “Warriors finish it in Game 5.” Then, they began to sweep each playoff series. Once again, talks of reaching a record began to emerge.
But I don’t give a damn about all-time records. Just show me the ring.
I said that last year when they reached 73 wins in the regular season, and lost it all against the Cavaliers in Game 7, with the final score 93-89. And I’m saying it again, this year. Now that the Warriors finally took an ‘L’ during the post season, we can all just keep our heads in the game.
Two birds with one stone.
For the sake of #ThrowbackThursday and Thursday Night Football, I decided to post some pictures from Week 1.
Long story short: It was the first game of the season. It was the final home opener for Candlestick Park. It was also a game that the 49ers actually won. I said this after the loss against the Colts, and I’m going to say it again. “It’s going to be a long season.”
October 18, 2012 – Thursday Night Football
How do you tailgate when you’re rushing to Candlestick Park from work, with no time to spare? You order take-out food and get rid of the grill, of course!
This game didn’t land on a Sunday.
Weekday games are always fun. Maybe it’s the idea of playing hooky or leaving work early that makes them more exciting. Maybe it’s the lights that shine at night throughout the stadium and the even colder breeze from the bay. Or maybe it’s prime time football at it’s finest.
Whatever it is, night games are intense and we were there!
October 14, 2012
Here it is! My contribution to Throwback Thursday. Here’s where I left off:
Saturday (October 6, 2012 – NLDS Game 1: San Francisco Giants vs Cincinnati Reds); then Sunday (October 7, 2012 – San Francisco 49ers vs Buffalo Bills); and now we’re on to the next game: 49ers vs the New York Giants….
Here is a video of Devin’s highlights from this past Winter 2013 season with the San Jose Seahawks. Make sure to watch the clip at the very end to see his touchdown that he made on his sixth birthday back in 2009!
Football doesn’t end after the Superbowl. For me and my boyfriend, it’s something we enjoy the entire 365 days in a year.
The Play Flag Football winter season just ended yesterday. Devin and the rest of the San Jose Seahawks (8-9 age group), finished by winning the Division Championship!
We are so proud of Devin and his accomplishments.
Keeping my posts in chronological order…
This was the first game in October for the San Francisco 49ers, and just like the rest of the other teams in the NFL, there were pops of bright pink throughout the stadium in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
It may have been another day on the job, but I definitely enjoyed the beautiful scenery.