Day 143 — A busy, busy day. And the wind! My God, it’s been incredible for the past two days. The mornings start out nice and calm, sunny. I get lulled into thinking it will be like that all day. Not. around noon the winds whip up and then they just get fiercer as the afternoon unwinds. Only good thing about the wind is that it’s keeping the mosquitos at bay!
Spent yesterday evening working on Union business. Can’t wait for the summer to be here and my time to be entirely my own.
Was a heartbreaker of a game between Ottawa and Pittsburgh. I really want Ottawa to win — just so we can say we’ve got a Canadian team in the running — and they started out so good, but man, oh, man did they blow it in the third. Here’s hoping they can pull a rabbit out of the hat for the next game.
Ah, it was lovely on my walk this morning. Plus 3, cloudy skies, but you could see them clearing nicely with a blush of pink in the west. Maybe today I’ll brave a pair of capri’s — or, a skirt. Decisions, decisions.
I am oh so happy this morning. Both the Senators and the Canucks pulled magic out of the hat last night and won their games. I watched both games — that’s a lot of hockey — and I was nearly apoplectic at times, but my hopes and dreams have survived intact.
Daniel was back on the ice for last night’s crucial game, and though it took him the better part of the first period to find his rythym, find it he did. He and Henrik were unstoppable; watching them play together is something very special. You could see and feel the change in the entire team. But, as Henrik said afterwards, this is one win, they need to concentrate now on the game ahead of them.
It’s a long shot, but I Believe. And that goes for the Senators, too.
Photo source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1151644-nhl-playoffs-5-key-takeaways-for-the-vancouver-canucks-following-game-4
PS — Oooh! I get so frustrated when I try to download and insert images from the internet. Don’t know what goes wrong, but if you follow the link you’ll see some happy boys.