Archive for football

Powerpuff?

Posted in Belleville, Events, Friends, School, Sports with tags , on May 18, 2010 by Jeremy

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The Powderpuff Game, a football game where all the players are female, coached by guys from the football team.  Senior girls vs. junior girls.

It was interesting, but I ended up just fooling around with the sophomores.  Go Seniors!

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Overload

Posted in Home with tags , , on February 11, 2010 by Jeremy

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I’ve never had to do so much homework in my life.*

Superbowl Sunday.  Haha.  It’s not something I’m into, but I’m beginning to understand the game.  Maybe, next year, I’ll have commentary on the game.

And just so you know, I’m done with giving you the satisfaction of knowing why.  It’s always the same thing, except it might not have been towards me this time.  But, I’m beginning to lose hope that you will change.  The choice is yours, but I’d rather lessen my contact with you if I know I just can’t deal with it.

*might be a hyperbole

Family, Friends, and Family Friends

Posted in Belleville, Family, Friends, Home, Sports, Stuff with tags , , , , , on January 1, 2010 by Jeremy

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The game of “Life.”   I’m not going to analyze this board game and see if it satirizes how life is for most people or something because, frankly, I got nothing to say.

My godparents’ family came over today since we haven’t seem them for so long.  They’re really close family friends.  We haven’t seen each other in a while, and it was actually pretty awkward between each family’s children at first, but eventually, we sort of just clicked again.  Sort of.

I was afraid they’d be bored.  They were entertained by Sunday night football for a while, but when that was over, I didn’t know what to do until they found the game board hiding somewhere in the living room.  Then, I guess it took off from there.

Oh, and Michael came over earlier to help me clean my room.  I haven’t cleaned it since that post I made about cleaning it a while ago.  I was lucky that he was in an odd mood to clean.  Thanks, Michael!