Oh me, oh my! Just pinch me! What in the world could I possibly be so excited about? A huge promotion, winning the lottery, getting a brand new car?! Nope. None of those things. It starts with an R and ends in a Baby... That's right... the ROYAL BABY!!!
For the Rangers!!
Today is a sad day for Texas. Whether your a Texas Longhorn, a Fighting Texas Aggie, a Baylor Bear, a TCU Horned Frog, a SMU Mustang, a Texas Tech Red Raider or another collegiate supporter, we can all agree on something: Darrell K Royal was a football icon.
"Dallas Invents New Way to Lose... Third Down Struggles De-Rail Cowboys... Despite other problems, Scandrick anddefense failed with game on the line... Witten Becomes Cowboys' All-Time Receptions Leader... Who’s to blame for the problems: Romo, Jason Garrett, Jerry Jones?... Jerry Jones just pounded locker room door because no one would let him in. It's the angriest Ive seen him all year. ... I have never seen an episode of The Walking Dead. Unless you count the 8 Dallas Cowboys games Ive subjected myself to...
Cutting corners. It sometimes turns out alright, but many times, it turns out poorly. And trust me, when the cutting corners doesn't work out the way you planned, it can be absolutely devastating. Devastating as in crying, wailing, gnashing of teeth. Once you realize the corner that was cut was not the corner to cut, you kick yourself over and over and over again. Why? Because if you had done ir right the first time, you wouldn't be in the position you're in now.
I love looking at Dallas Courier's logo. It's true, please don't think I'm weird. I used to think I just liked the logo or maybe it's because I just love this company.
It only happens once every four years. It is the accumulation of lifetimes of determination, persistance and passion. It is a time when the world comes together. It is about being the best in something. It is about standing on the podium with a gold medal around your neck, your country's anthem playing loudly. It is rare, special, inspiring.
Consequently, it is the time of year that Dallas Courier's blog suddenly becomes single-minded: The Olympics. If you're not an Olympic fan, I apologize because starting July 27, you are likely to be inundated with all things London 2012.