Saturday, September 30, 2006

Not Without Feathers

Woody Allen has a short story collection entitled, "Without Feathers", which is a reference to a line from an Emily Dickinson poem referring to hope as a thing with feathers. Although we were all low after the big loss to Army last week and may have said things we did or didn't mean, we must always remember that the B's football team must always be about hope, constant, unrelenting hope. We have no other choice. Reality is often harsh and unforgiving, but we can always look forward to the future. Ocassionaly, it is nice to be rewarded with some actaul results on the field. Today was one of those days. More frustrating days are in our future, but today has given us the stength to carry on for another season.

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  • Hope springs eternal. You are so right. The Cubs of the Brazos, aka the Bosque Bruinis, are a lovable bunch who always give us a reason to hope, to cheer, and ultimately, to drink.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 9:55 AM  

  • I meant everything I said after the Army game. 'Twerent none of it good, neither. But, heck, I'm still hangin' around.

    By Anonymous Gaspergou, at 3:38 PM  

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