Thursday, November 26, 2009

Giving Thanks

On this American holiday about the death of a culture at the hands of brutal oppression and Thanksgiving, I have only one thing to say: I'm thankful there's no game today.

I have neither the emotional nor the psychic energy to say a thing about last night's game. Well, except that all those who told us that goal tending was the thing we'd have to worry about this, not so much. Our goal tending is just fine; it's everything else that's fallen apart. I actually didn't watch the entire game, because I didn't have the heart. Also I was trying to evict some invading mice from my garage. Sigh. I'm having a really rough week.

Anyway, I hope all you Americans have a Happy Thanksgiving. Maybe if we all wish really hard over the turkey wishbones in the nation, we'll win a game tomorrow.

Or, you know, eventually.


  1. Ha, I didn't finish watching the game, either; I stopped a few minutes into the 2nd period. I admit it. I knew the way the game was going to go, and I had a good book to read, so why bother? Sigh. Fingers crossed for tomorrow night...

  2. Fingers, toes, arms, legs. Hell, I'll cross my eyes if you think it'll help...