Some very good friends from Pennsyltucky just dropped in for the weekend for a visit. We spent the weekend having a grand ol' time in Boston, including the this desecration of a legend. I hope his sense of humor is as keen as his skills as a coach. (I do feel slightly guilty because he died last October).
We also went to the Medieval Manor Theatre for dinner. This fine establishment offers a six course meal, eaten without silverware, while the King and his court entertain in a very interactive production. If there is one near you, check it out. The one in Boston is worth every penny.
Hail to the King, Baby. Good God, am I ever loaded in the above pic.
Since inappropriate photography was a theme in Boston this past weekend, I feel I should also share one more shot with you. I call it, "Me love you long time!":
Looks like I wasn't the only one up for desecration--if you look closely, the Captain was here.
I capped off the weekend watching my Bears in a great game (until the 4th quarter) as they advance to the Super Bowl to meet the Colts. It's also worth noting that for the first time in history, a black coach is in the big game. In fact, there's two. Congratulations to Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy. I know a lot of men and women made sacrifices so that you would be allowed to represent them. It's pretty stylish that you get to represent together.
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