Saturday, September 22, 2007

So let's call this the comeback

As I've mentioned a few times, I am (and probably always will be) an unabashed Notre Dame fan. Although it's much harder to actually watch the games here at MIT - there's a lot more going on here than just football games - I still enjoy doing so when I have the free time.

Which I happened to have this afternoon. So for the last half hour I've been sitting in the main Simmons lounge, watching the Notre Dame-Michigan State game on our big-screen TV, and what happens?

We get our first offensive touchdown.

It's not much to get excited about, considering that we're, oh yeah, already three games into the season and Michigan State just tied the score anyway.

But it's a start.

By the way, sorry for being so silent over the past week...but I think you'll forgive me when I tell you about everything I was up to. ;)

Also, just for the record, I'm not actually blogging from the lounge, I'm in my room - I had to run and get my cell phone, and when I got here I realized I might be able to make the touchdown into a halfway-decent entry. Hopefully you agree. :)

Now, back to the game!

7 comments:

Star said...

Considering I’ve never watched a full football game in my life, let’s just say I’ll be waiting for a better post later.

Hawkins said...

I forgive you! =P I find it amazing that you found the time to sit and relax and watch the game.

Star said...

Hawk, are you home?!? How was the trip?

Hawkins said...

The trip was incredible! Much to blog about (after I catch up on a couple of important things).

If anyone is trying to memorize the periodic table, this might help. =)

Isshak Ferdjani said...

yay! waiting for your entry on your blog !

Paul said...

@ Star: If you have never watched a full football game, you have not lived. And that's all I have to say. ;)

@ Hawk: So do I. :)

Star said...

No, you see if you haven't watched hockey, you haven't lived... football is, well, I don't think you'll appreciate what I'm going to say, let's just leave it at that ;)