Desert Sand Mica

Whatever, just crash it Bob...


Sunday already.

But we don't have to make the drive again today, which is again very nice. We've decided to do absolutely nothing except sit around in our sweats and watch movies. We've just started a nice fire cause it snowed last night and it's c-c-cold. It's become a game to see how deep into the winter we can get without turning on the heat. And the air quality is "blue" today, (cant burn on "red" days) so we can burn to our heart's content.

Daniel is going downtown again, maybe with a girl named Heather that's been hanging around a bit. What happened to Olga? We don't know.

Katie and Charlie are headed for the Bronco game where Charlie's grandfather is being posthumously honored (again). Im not sure what his big connection was with the Broncos, I know he was integral in starting the whole Orange Crush campaign years and years ago. Charlie's family owns a very successful business so I'm sure his grandfather was a nice supporter for the Broncos, and that probably has something to do with it too. I really am clueless about the whole thing.

Edit---After about 30 minutes of searching, I did find this press release:

Aug. 22, 2001

"Charlie Goldberg truly was Mr. Bronco, and he will be deeply missed by all those who knew him. He was a dedicated and tireless supporter for the entire Denver community, but his particular love was for the Broncos. Charlie was one of the original founders of the Denver Broncos Quarterback Club, was a constant advisor to me and to generations of players on numerous matters, began Orange Sunday, and was known for his trademark statement, 'Big Orange. How sweet it is!' He was one of the original members of my Denver Broncos Ring of Fame committee. No one has ever been more genuine, more sincere, more loyal. Charlie Goldberg's passing is a tremendous loss to the Denver community."

So there ya go. the Broncos loved charlies Grandpa. Fun in a bun.


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