We drove from Chicago to Des Moines on Friday night an arrived at 2 am that morning before the Missouri game in 2004. That day we went to the game. My wife was 2 months pregnant at the time. At half time she started to have a lot of cramping and bleeding. Fearing she was having a miscarriage, she called her doctor and said get back to Illinois as soon as possible. For some odd ball reason, I luckily only had 3 or 4 beers the entire day. So, we packed up and left for the 5 and a half hour drive back home. All the while fearing we were going to lose the baby. Luckily, all worked out with the baby, unfortunately, we all remember how the game turned out. I guess in a way I was lucky not to be there to witness it in person. In any event, that made for a shaky Saturday and a Tired Sunday. I believe we ended up getting home at about 11pm Saturday night.
Try this on for size. My first ISU football game was supposed to be the Colorado game in '05. (I couldn't afford tickets before then.) I had good seats, looked like it was going to be a nice night, and I woke up that morning deathly sick with the flu. Listened to John Walters all night- talk about disappointment.
edit- I have nothing against Walters, I just would of rather watched the game.
I have lab from 3-5 PM on Thursday. It's the first week of class, so hopefully they'll understand and hurry things up...
This lab doesn't happen to be in Town Engr does it? I have lab from 3-5 and I think it is for Soils and if it is I'll be sure to email the teacher and tell him/her that I won't be able to make it due vacation...haha
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