The Unauthorized Biography of Rosco P. Coltrane

When it's my moment in the sun, I won't forget that I am blessed, but every hero walks alone, thinking of more things to confess

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Saturday, September 29, 2007

Happy Birthday Jen!

Jen, you are so amazing. I can't imagine what the last six months would be like without you in my life. I'm am so lucky to have your love. I wish I could write a song or a poem to describe you , but I still can't find all the perfect words for you. So I will just leave it to my friend John, who wrote a song about us before there was even an us. Now whenever people ask me what brought me to Arkansas, I still answer, I don't know. But that isn't the truth, I want to say that a woman I didn't even know existed brought me here, but they would just think I am weird. And when I say weird, I mean weirder than I already am. I love you, happy birthday...

Settle Me by John ...


Last dance of the evening,
Watch your silhouette fade out of sight
There’s no chance you will believe me
But I think about you every night

I got a good feeling about you
The way you make me believe
I’m never alone
Across this land I roam
Fading to the dark side of me

I don’t know where this time will take us
And I don’t know when we will start
But the best thing about waiting
Is that you’ll always have my heart

I got a good feeling about you
The way you make me believe
I’m never alone
Across this land I roam
Your love for me will always be

I got a good feeling about you
The way you make me believe
I’m never alone
Across this land I roam
Someday your love will settle me
You settle me
You settle me

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

I Will Sing One Song

So, on Saturday, I went to the Kentucky/Arkansas game with my friend Josh Lambert from back in Owensboro. I wore a Kentucky hat even though I am not that big of a Kentucky fan anymore. Well somewhere in between eating the best ice cream I have ever eaten (First Security Bank Tailgate, Holla!) and Josh yelling loudly, "Hey Whitey!" (Well that is a whole other story entirely) Kentucky beat Arkansas. It was interesting. Both teams acted like they didn't want to win the game for a while. Well, after the win, the fans were all celebrating with the players. Josh and I wanted to get our pictures with Marcus McClinton, who flexed his muscles like Darren McFadden. But we didn't. But we did sing "My Old Kentucky Home" with the rest of the Kentucky fans. And I am not afraid to say this, but I got a bit misty. It was nice. It is amazing how that song is ingrained in my head. I still know all the words. Even the really racist one that they taught us in school only 20 years ago.

I AM NEVER PLAYING FANTASY FOOTBALL AGAIN!



Seriously, every year. I play and lose, play and lose. Freak injuries. I guarantee you that before the end of the year Chris Cooley will some how manage to screw me, and he is on my team...