Final Day of 3 Day Fast! / Story that explains why the Eagles won the Super Bowl / Einstein quote

morning babble / Thursday 10-14-21

This is the scribble that leads to the babble. Sometimes it gets tidied up, but sometimes . . . not so much. When all else fails – go watch the video!

3rd Day of the 3 Day Fast – 6:10pm cannot come soon enough. Brushing teeth – so good. Putting on deodorant. I didn’t taste it. Could you imagine that being the reason I broke my fast. Old Spice Deodorant – Fiji Scent. Fiji Taste?

It was February 4, 2018, when the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots met in the Super Bowl. It was around 9:35pm during the game β€” and TOUCHDOWN, Patriots: Tom Brady to Gronk. Extra Point was made. Patriots took the lead 33-32. My daughter was done. At this point in time, she was 3 (whoops – 2 years and 4 months) and sound asleep on me. Saddened by the Patriots taking their first lead of the game, I slowly got up and left the room. After climbing the steps and turning into her bedroom, she stirred a little, but definitely not awake. I then laid her down in her crib and began my tip toe away. “Daddy!” I froze. “I don’t want to go to bed.” I replied that it’s been a long day – it’s okay, get some sleep or whatever I said back then for a 3 year old (again – 2 years and 4 months). She then stated firmly, “I want to watch the Eagles win the Super Bowl.” I stood there for a second as pride began to fill throughout me. I answered, “Yes you do.” We returned to the room and every one was surprised seeing her again. I then re-explained what I’m explaining now. They all agreed.

Zach Ertz touchdown / Brandon Graham forcing Tom Brady to fumble / Jake Elliott FG

Finally at 10:17pm, Tom Brady’s Hail Mary attempt on the last play of the game fell incomplete. The Eagles won their first Super Bowl by the score of 41-33.

You can see the breakdown of the whole game by clicking here.

I ran. #287 of this year’s 5K runs.

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β€œIn the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” – by Albert Einstein

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