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So for Father's Day I thought it would be a nice idea to buy some Edmonton Eskimo tickets for my husband from our daughters. The deal was that he had to take one of them to a game of their choice, except they couldn't pick the games where the Saskatchewan Roughriders were playing. Why do you think this is?
I do watch an Oilers game when I can stomach the emotion of how they are playing. They are a bit of a roller coaster of emotion, when they are playing well I am their biggest fan but .... when they are playing awful I can't even leave the T.V. on.
Running has been a new passion of mine. I have not always liked running because I enjoyed many court and ice sports growing up. As life becomes busier with children and a family I find that I have less and less time to commit to going out and playing team sports. Running allows me to get the exercise that my body needs but it also allows me to unwind from busy days.
I absolutely LOVE volleyball, I played in high school and coach it in my spare time. I must say that I have a love hate relationship with the game in that I love the sport for the intensity and skill of it. The part that makes me dislike it is that I tore my ACL playing the sport that I love so much. I was on crutches for 8 months in a school that was not equipped with an elevator so doing the stairs was tricky.
When I first started watching The Game of Thrones I was immediately attracted to the setting and the action. The characters were easy to love or hate in that they play their roles well. I found with the first series that the book and the T.V. series are very similar. The second series, on the other hand, moves around a lot from the second book The Clash of Kings.
Super excited to be going to this AMAZING concert. I was given the tickets for Christmas from my husband. I wish I could have seen my face when I opened the present because I imagine it would have been an expression of pure enjoyment.
All three of my daughters play ringette so this sport has become a huge part of my daily/weekly activities, it consumes my life really. I would not want it any other way. My youngest daughter is playing U10 - Step 3 (this is the last/top level of that age category) and my eldest two daughters play U14AA (the highest level that you can play in that age category) The game is very similar to hockey in that it is played on a large ice surface but has a few different rules.
Game of Thrones is a book that I have been reading. I am now on to the Clash of Kings - the second book out of five. I have also been watching the television series along with it. Book one followed along with the story line of the T.V. series but the second season seems to be veering away from the story line of the book.