Monday, March 22, 2010

Breaking News

The Sharks are not good for my mental health.

They're like uppers and downers.

They make me extremely happy at times.

They are also make me very sad at times.

At least I'm not taking the uppers and downers at the same time.

Hopefully they make me feel better from now on.

This post was not intended to be poetic. If it seems that way... cool. I wrote a notverygood poem.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Funny Story

My family is full of Sharks fans. I have three sisters. My oldest sister is a season ticket holder. My youngest sister is crazy like me. My other sister? She's a puck bunny (A case could be made for the other two, but it doesn't matter for this story).

So the puck bunny mentioned above was wandering about in Santana Row a few weeks ago, when she saw Brad Staubitz. He's her favorite player so she was pretty excited. He was headed to the gym when she approached him and asked to take a picture. He gladly agreed and she had his friend take the picture.

Well fast forward to yesterday morning. My youngest sister and I were reading Ask The Sharks with Jamie McGinn. The puck bunny one glanced by and just said, "Oh my God oh my god oh my God." We're like, "You like this one too?" She says, "No, I think that was Brad Staubitz's friend."

Yes you read this right. Not only did my sister get a picture with Brad Stuabitz, she made Jamie McGinn take it.