Lessons From My Vikings

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7 Responses

  1. EricL says:

    Encouraging. Thanks.

    Keep cheering us on. And don’t worry, we won’t make you wear a cheerleader dress or wave any pom-poms. 🙂

    Just keep at it, my friend.

  2. Michael says:

    Thanks, EricL…
    I don’t have the legs for the dress… 🙂

  3. Jeff Sheckstein says:

    Is this applicable to Charger fans as well since we lost:

    No. 2 RB
    No. 3 RB
    Probable All-pro CB
    No. 2 CB suffers 2nd concussion of year
    MLB, play caller
    No. 2 MLB
    No. 1 DT
    No. 1 DE unsigned and also out 6 games to start season.
    No. 1 WR ((likely All-pro)
    No. 2 WR

    And to boot, a head coach that is dumb as hair. I take back…unfair to hair.

  4. Josh the Baptist says:

    Lessons from my Panthers…


    Go Hornets!

  5. Owen says:

    Thanks for this, Michael – well said.
    Seasons change.
    What I don’t like is that this also applies to the good seasons.

  6. Dan from Georgia says:

    As a fellow Vikings fan/atic and fellow traveler, this is really nice Michael! Well done!

  7. John 20:29 says:

    i’d like to be like Rob Gronkowsky (sp?) – when he was hit hard Sunday (punctured lung?) and said, it was a good clean hit… why do we always whine (i do, anyway) when i’m “hit?”

    if i can’t pick myself up, sooner or later the Lord steps in and puts me on my feet again… maybe i should just lie there and pray? … dunno … i don’t much like the rougher side of life … i want to be God’s pampered darling …

    i don’t think it’s out of line to say a prayer for the Gronkowsky… is it?

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