Hitesh and I have been friends before I even knew what a friend was. My parents moved into a house, that we currently reside in, when I was only one year old. I think I was about four years old when I met Hitesh. He was around six years old at the time. He lives just three doors down from me. Our parents met, and thus, we met for the first time. He showed me the world of video gaming. Well, at least the video game system of that time, Super Nintendo. (Which he still has, by the way.) Continue Reading
I turned on the television this afternoon while mopping a room at work. I immediately went to ESPN to see who was currently playing in the Wimbledon Tournament. One of the top players in the world, Rafael Nadal, was losing to Lukas Rosol, an uncommon name to be heard in the tennis world. Rosol is ranked 100, while the multi-champion Nadal is ranked number 2 in the world. I found it hard to believe that Nadal was losing in the 2nd round of this tournament. It was one of the most entertaining yet nerve-wracking matches to watch. Continue Reading
The Komets fought hard to get to game seven in this series. I have been following this particular series from the beginning. It was tough knowing that the Komets lost the first two games on their home ice; however, the team has had a great road game record during the regular season. They won the next two games away on Missouri ice, making the series tied at two. They lost game five in Missouri, but came home and won in “the jungle” (Allen County War Memorial Coliseum), forcing game seven that happened tonight.
I decided to go to this game not only because it will be a tough, exciting game and there was sure to be a winner, but because I am completing a list of 101 Things to Do Before You Graduate. One of those things was to “Attend a Tin Caps or Mad Ants game and support your local sport teams”, and I am sure attending a Komet’s game falls under this category! So I can go ahead and cross #22 off the list! Continue Reading