I’m a Cowboy fan. Have been since I was knee high to a grasshopper. Of course, we moved away from Texas when I was in the 6th grade, so I was introduced to other teams, but at heart, I am and always will be a Cowboy fan. Even though our offense this year has holes that the largest defensive linemen can find and drop our QB on his butt, our defense, as always is pretty spectacular and in the last game our special teams kicked some booty!! Our defense has been pretty good these past couple of years, D Ware anyone? 🙂 But, I digress.
Here is a picture of me and BA at the Cowboy’s vs. Giants game last year. He’s my boy BFF. And no one can ever tell him I posted this!!
I was given tickets to the suite and a parking pass from one of my favorite guys in the industry. Needless to say, General Admission holds no appeal after having experiences the suite at Cowboy Stadium.
Here is a shot of the world famous DCC doing the kick line on the huge HD TV hanging over the field. (These shots were taken on my phone… thus the poor quality!)
Here is the view of the field and the TV from my seat. It was an amazing experience. And at the end of the game, I was told to pick a game for this season that I wanted to see and they’d get me passes again. Rock On!!
Now you have the background: Huge Cowboy fan, check; Adventure with BA, check. The game we picked is the Cowboy’s vs. the Eagles game. I prefer divisional games, and it fit well with our schedule.
That is until today!! Today I got the theatre performance schedule for Mr. T (second performance this school year, doing The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe – and as I haven’t seen any of the movies or read the book in years, I’m excited, but again, I digress). Not only does he perform Friday night, and have 3 performances on Saturday, he has 3 performances on Sunday! Sunday is a day of rest, Sunday is the Lord’s Day, either way, I’m not happy about school functions on a Sunday. I’m even less thrilled that it conflicts with me going to the game.
So, I called my dad. I hate calling my parents to ask a favor, but they are only 10 minutes away, and if you’ve read a previous post, you’ll understand that I’ve frequently dropped everything to help them out, so I don’t feel as though I’m taking advantage of them! Dad, can you and mom go see the last performance and then take Mr. T home afterwards? I’ll be at the stadium. Naturally, he doesn’t mind. Helping out others must run in the family.
An hour and ten minutes later I had to go “dad, mom’s beeping in, I gotta go.” An hour and 10 minutes, with my dad, listening to him discussing politics. I would have to believe that the CIA could classify this as torture and he could coerce the most hardened criminal to give up information.
A little bit later, I got a text from my brother “what did you say to dad? His politics and crap are fired up like crazy… he’s gonna drive mom up a wall” whoa… what? Don’t pin this on me!! “I didn’t say anything!! I listened to him very politely for an hour!!” To which my brother responded “I need to move back out” LOL. (Side note, my brother is 27 and has congestive heart failure, and had to move back in with mom and dad, as he can’t be on his own while they try and get him on meds. There are lots of big words and terminology that I could throw out there, but trust me, it’s best for him right now.)
So, now you know, my dad should be used to torture terrorists, but he’s a great guy and he’ll pick Mr. T up from his last performance so I can still go to the game. Yup, my priorities are straight!