Sunday, October 07, 2007

The rivalry continues

What's harder than driving on the expressway around Chicago during rush hour and road construction? Driving a news truck with "Green Bay" emblazoned on it in huge letters, through Chicago, in the week before the Packers play the Bears.

Yes, husband was on a work-related trip last week that required he drive the news truck through Chicago on his way to his destination. The reactions, let's just say, were many and varied. The most creative had to be the toll booth worker who asked if he was a spy.

Now that he's home (and safely, I might add), we can watch tonight's game in peace and -- well, you know that in our house, it won't be quiet.

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Blogger Donetta said...

Wow the things that we never think of ... That would be so strange.

10/07/2007 12:57 PM  
Blogger Believer in Balance said...

Ah! Rivalry! We have our own going on here! Of course the Red Sox just clinched their series (Yippee!) and the Yankees are hanging on by a thread (poor hubby!).

10/07/2007 7:31 PM  
Blogger Club 166 said...

Your husband should be glad he wasn't driving thru Chicago with "Diamondbacks" emblazoned on the side. :)


10/07/2007 10:50 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

sorry 'bout the game. I can't believe how the 2nd half was such a 180 from the 1st half.

10/08/2007 12:43 AM  
Blogger Daisy said...

Amazing, isn't it, how these rivalries take over! I'm going to tell Husband that I'm glad he's not wearing Diamondbacks colors. I feel for the Cubs fans; they have an awful lot in common with those of us who back the Pack.

10/08/2007 4:04 PM  

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