I used to start one of these threads on Fridays when CF first went online. Thought this morning when I left school that I would fire it up again. Here's your chance to come clean about anything and everything you've been bottling up or hiding over the last week, month, or since the last time we did one of these a couple years ago.
Wednesday night when I left church I had a text from my brother that ISU was trailing Nebraska. I found myself almost hoping at that point that we would just lose so hopefully a change would be made. No matter what that change may be. Then with a couple minutes left I turned over to the cardinal and gold blur that is CTN and was back to cheering for them. But as has turned out to be the case over the last couple years. I wasn't excited at all about the win, just like I haven't been upset about the losses. I've become very indifferent to what's going on with ISUMBB. Probably should turn in my fan card for that. But can I have it back in late August?
I've had the office TV on curling whenever it is on. Now I find myself playing curling online and spending way too much time there.
My mother-in-law will be at my house this weekend and I'm actually not dreading it.
I'm ready for the Olympics to be over so I can get new CSI's and NCIS
So I gave up going inside convenience stores for lent. FOrces me to eat healthier. Lasted almost a full day. Needed a Diet Dew.
Exaggeration is a BILLION times worse than understating.
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