Tag Archives: World Cup

Qualifying

World Cup Qualifying resumes today. The US visits Kingston, Jamaica to take on the Reggae Boyz. Don’t look at me like that. I didn’t make that up or anything. Seriously. Their official website is http://www.thereggaeboyz.com. Let’s not get sidetracked here. … Continue reading

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Spain/Maggie Win the World Cup!

As you may recall, Abigail predicted – with some confidence – that Maggie would win the World Cup. I asked her today who won the aforementioned tournament and she said, with confidence undiminished, “Maggie won the World Cup!” From this … Continue reading

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World Cup Satisfaction

It’s never an awesome feeling when your team is eliminated from the World Cup, and, yes, I think we could have and should have won that game against Ghana. As I said when they scored, “Start Ricardo Clark, give up … Continue reading

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Tallying

Just a quick tally tonight. The question before us is, who did better at predicting the groups, me or Abigail? You may recall that we shared our predictions of how the groups would finish before the first round of the … Continue reading

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Tearful Celebrations

I feel very silly to admit this – literally absurd – but this video made me weep openly. There are actual tears on my cheeks as I write this. It really meant that much.

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The Unbitter Sweet Day

“Daddy’s sad,” Abigail said this morning, around 8:55 am. She had reason to think I might be unhappy. I was throwing myself around the living room, making a wide range of squealing and sputtering noises. If she’d looked closely – … Continue reading

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All Square

This pretty much tells you all you need to know about the US England game: Apparently I should thank Noelle, for taking the picture, although it was received via das Boster. As expected, O’Brien’s is the the pace to do … Continue reading

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