Speaking of TomTom ( a GPS navigation device), if you travel much, get one. I have a terrible sense of direction but the good Lord gave me a great sense of humor to even it out. I don’t get upset when I get lost because I’m pretty happy seeing all the new places.
My good wife doesn’t share my happy-go-lucky attitude and that works out well, too. Except when I’m driving. TomTom is so very polite if I should miss a turn he has politely suggested, and commences to encourage me to “turn around when possible”. My wife uses a different approach for course corrections. Anyway, take this advice from a guy that never thought you could get somewhere on the first try, get a GPS.
On to the festivities!
If you haven’t been to a home game this year there is something new to see. The GridIron Club had the good fortune to have a real neat fog machine bought and donated by David and April Stagner. They were so trusting when I told them of the plight we were in because, alas, we had no fog machine. The players could hardly hold their heads up at home games after running out of a plain old tunnel. “No problem” he said, “where can we get one?”
I just so happen to have a link to email him and now our handsome, way above average gridiron heroes can come storming through a smoke filled tunnel to destroy any and all who would have ill wishes for us at Perdue field. Ross Stewart was the operator Friday.
For the rest of this column, read this week's Cadiz Record.