Sunday, July 09, 2006

It Takes A Village to Watch a Soccer Match

Here we are (well not me of course, i'm taking the photo) watching wednesday night's game. That little bright white object is the television screen, which, just for the record, is fairly easy to block with one's body unless you are the size of a small iguana. Posted by Picasa


Blogger Angela said...

Ahhhh, welcome to my life of the testosterone infused athletic fanaticism. Erik is now ecstatic (as of this writing France is in the lead, but no...wait...Italia just scored so it is tied 1-1!) I don't know if I can take the excitement, so I just may need to get back to painting my hall or at least go out for a cappucino at Rulli.

I can only imagine the 'coverstaions' Caleb is having watching this with a French-American and an opinionated Mexican nationalist.

The one thing of come to appreciate about sports, at least, sports my son plays, is that they do have a unifying effect. If only we could solve a lot of our world political issues with a good game of baseball or soccer.

8:40 PM  
Blogger LAR said...

Ha! Perhaps you should write a blog on Paris housing (tiny) explaining why the village had to be OUTSIDE the apartment!

1:35 PM  

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