You’re either OLD because you remember the classic television theme songs OR you are OLD because you are stumped – the name of the show doesn’t come to you as quickly as it used to!
Today during the Flea Market we were back and forth with television songs including: SEINFELD – which for whatever reason stumped me, along with CHEERS, the Golden Girls! Green Acres, Happy Days, the Flintstones.
Nostalgia is a beauty.
Smell, taste, sight, sound. These can bring back vivid images of events that have molded our lives.
Last night I was able to see only a fragment of the farewell to Northlands Coliseum and for the life of me I couldn’t remember that name. Rexall Place. Rexall Place branded into my head!
It was pretty neat seeing the night unfold showing the faces of those that “made” the Oiler organization.
What about all the other things that have taken place at Northlands Coliseum!
Definitely going to re-watch that from beginning to end this week! Get the box of tissue out!
Fifteen years ago the Red Deer Rebels rolled into Regina for the Memorial Cup! I was here. Now the Regina Pats are headed to Red Deer to take on the Rebels in their next level of the ladder to the top of the Western Hockey League!
The Pats / Rebels series begins Saturday; listen to the games on www.620ckrm.com with Phil Andrews and Daniel Fink!
Now, try to recall the names of the Pats from 2001 Season! I vividly remember the Rebels – Jim Vandermeer, Boyd Gordon, Justin Mapletoft, Devin Francon but then again that was my team!
Victory parades are cool!! It sure has been along time Pats fans!
Stoked for the match up! My home-town friends are pumped too! And even more so, get the Pats into the Memorial Cup as the representatives of the WHL, you know the fan base will travel!
Thursday sets the table for another busy weekend – hope to throw the windows open and clear out some of the clutter. Seems like its a good way to move forward – things have been a little “blue” lately with the passing of friends.
Here’s a classic story for the weekend.
A family that has rodeo stock shared a post; about one of their horses that decided to “mother” a new born calf. The horse was actually keeping the new mother away from her off spring! This is less than even a Reader’s Digest version, but still – Strange behavior – it must be spring.