ISU: Big 12 Champions



Tonight I am at lost for words

Not because I can’t think of anything to write for the Slice of Life Challenge

But because it is a night for CELEBRATION

A night to cherish my alma mater’s BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP WIN (for the second year in a row)

This has been a busy week of basketball

Three games

Three nail biters

Three come from behind (way behind) games to pull ahead and WIN

But what a three games it has been

Time to rest up and get ready for March Madness

Time to get ready to fill out my bracket

Time for more basketball memories with The Mayor and our team

It has been a great season with more to come

I bet Coach Hoilberg is still DANCING tonight.

Now, let’s help our COACH win the INFINITI Coaches Challenge. The winnings will go to the American Heart Association .. an organization close to Fred Hoilberg’s HEART!

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slice of lifeMarch 2015, I am blogging daily as a part of the Slice of Life Story Challenge! This is post #14. More Slice of Life posts from other bloggers can be found on Two Writing Teachers.

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Categories: Iowa State University, Personal Writing

7 Comments to ISU: Big 12 Champions

  1. emmietx
    March 14, 2015 9:54 pm

    A fellow Cyclone!!! Wasn’t tonight awesome! We really liked the last minute shot the other night too? Did you get to go to the tournament. We used to go in college but are too far away now! Wish we could have been there. What a party!

    • Kathy Perret
      March 14, 2015 11:35 pm

      Nice to know another Cyclone Fan. Yes, tonight’s game was awesome. I do wish we could get ahead a little in the first half, but I think that is part of The Mayor’s tactics – read the opposing team, switch it up after the half and then go get them! The last minute shot the other night saved us for the rest of the championship playoff! KC would have been a do able 4 hour drive, but didn’t have the time to spend down there. I use to go to games while in college, too. Actually, I’d go out for a jog and then end up at Hilton at the half and get in free. How times have changed!


  2. emmietx
    March 14, 2015 9:55 pm

    I’m so excited, I used the wrong punctuation marks in the last post. I really am a writing teacher!

  3. Adrienne
    March 14, 2015 9:57 pm

    Boy, does your joy just skip off the screen! Love that used up feeling of nailbiting and celebration!!

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