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It is really difficult to sit down and write about something like sports when the country is in the state that it is in after the tragic shootings in Connecticut. I know that we always say that sports are an escape from reality but they cannot take us far enough from this reality.
By Tom Anselm
(Editors note: This weeks column is a reprise of last years Christmas offering. We do not usually do this, but this story warrants retelling. Merry Christmas!)
For three weeks in a row, I said I’ve written this column as if it was the early days of the Rams. To sit back and believe that every week now the Rams have a real chance of winning is a remarkable feat for a team that had one less than 10 games over the past three years.
By Tom Anselm
Much to my surprise, we didn’t win the Powerball lottery last week that was up to $580 million. Jill, had we won, said she would have given most of it away anyway. Just like her.
What an enjoyable weekend it was as the Rams played one of the most exciting games that they have played in the last 10 years. I was on the edge of my seat or should I say couch the entire game.
By Lisa Kampeter
I always feel this way after a Dining Divas outing. The restaurant may be typical but the Dining Divas are spectacular. It’s not the place or the food. It’s the group. This month was no exception.« Previous Entries Next Entries »