JAN 23, 22 .. FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

The National Football League Playoffs

Oh My, Oh My, what a pair of football games we watched today. Both games were nail biting thrillers. In both games, the underdogs won (the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Francisco 49ers), and in both games the underdogs were playing on the road (in Nashville, Tennessee, and Green Bay, Wisconsin) in their opponents football stadium! Both games went right down to the wire. And in both games, Number One Seeded Teams Lost. In both games, end of the game field goals won the games. From our point of view, it just doesn’t get any better than these two games.

And? 

Today, Sunday, January 23rd, two more (potentially) great games await all of us. The Los Angeles Rams play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa, Florida, and the Buffalo Bills play the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City, Missouri.

Smiles all around from Cap and Patti (our teams won both games)


JAN 22, 22 .. FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH

Again, once again,

Here we go loop de loop. Here we go loop de li.

Just in case any other senior citizen football fans reading along here may have forgotten!! (Isn’t this aging process wonderful!) it’s Playoff Time!

In this the second weekend of the National Football League Playoffs, there are four games this weekend. Two games today (Cincinnatti Bengals at the Tennessee Titans and the San Francisco 49ers at the Green Bay Packers) and two games tomorrow (Los Angeles Rams at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Buffalo Bills at the Kansas City Chiefs) 

Our friend and Ally Gullible has published Chapter 18 of her 2021 Africa trip

Chapter 18 – In Which We Search for Rhinos

http://gullible-gulliblestravels.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-2021-africa-journals-ch-18-in-which.html

Nice words from her Post : ‘But African time was not the same as American time… As African time passed; I surmised that the pace of Western countries was insane, that the speed of modern technology accomplished nothing, and that because Africa was going its own way at its own pace for its own reasons, it was a refuge and a resting place.’ – Paul Edward Theroux, an American travel writer and novelist. 

We enjoyed Chapter 18 and hope you will also find it interesting.

Cap and Patti …

We just published two Posts together. One is dated JAN 21, 22 and the other one (this Post) is dated JAN 22, 22. Because you have read this Post first (it automatically comes up first) you may not even be aware that there is another post (JAN 21, 22) below that you have not yet seen. Now that you are here, be sure to continue down to the JAN 21, 22 Post.