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Yep, we are going to watch some hockey...and on Sunday night we are going to watch some racing. The 500 is only once a year and even Mia has a dog in this fight. Our daughter is a HUGE Danica fan! Everytime I have a race on all she does is ask me about Danica. "where is she?, Is that her car?, Is she beating the boys?,etc. etc."... And no I didn't have anything to do with this either, she watches racing when I have it on (in 5 minute snatches of course)and just likes Danica cause she's a girl too.

- M


and the wings did not disappoint! I brought my chris osgood signed shirt and hung it next to a poster we put up at work...(lisa, you KNOW who i got the shirt from...and when the poster was put up it was there like a week before he admitted he bought it for me but then we broke up...wonder if he'll give it to me when we take it down) i wanna be chris' massage therapist....! if i only knew how to get hold of him! as for the 500...we used to go camping with a bunch of people at the pinery every year and what was on the agenda? the 500 of course! all the guys sitting around a picnic table hunched over a 12 inch tv....


hey Lisa,
found this link on your meetup profile (I'm a new member of your writer's group), and HAD to check you out when I saw you're from Michigan like me. I live in Boston now and it's SOOOOOO refreshing to hear someone say GO RED WINGS!

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