So, the clock on my computer reads 6:10 pm. The last time I looked at my clock it was 12:15 pm. Since then, I’ve been on the phone non-stop. I think my eardrum is sweating! Ha Ha! I really didn’t even get a chance to eat lunch. But, I wanted to make sure that I got to my blog before the day ended and wish everyone a great weekend!
On my end, I will be heading to Long Island to meet a family interested in coming to camp next summer. After that, there is a rumor going around (actually I’ve confirmed it) that the 2010 CIT Girls will be getting together in Long Island. So, I am going to stop by and say hello. It will be nice to see everyone and talk about their upcoming CIT year, which is always a great summer at camp!
In the Krug Family, tomorrow is always a big, big day. My father went to The Ohio State University and since I can remember the Ohio State-Michigan football rivalry was always a Saturday that could not be missed. For those that don’t know, this is one of the biggest rivalries in college sports, if not the biggest. It’s been going on for over 100 years, with the first meeting occuring in 1897. Michigan leads the all time series, but Ohio State has won the past five years. Because I’ll be on Long Island, I will be DVRing the game and watch it when I get home. I can’t wait as I have never missed watching the game since I could remember.
Speaking of college sports, my very own Syracuse Orangemen (or the “Orange” as they are called these days) have a big match-up tonight in the Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic at Madison Square Garden versus North Carolina. Syracuse beat California last night in a rout to advance to the finals of the tournament. I am so happy that college basketball season is here! In my opinion, it is one of the more exciting sports these days with so many games coming down to the final two minutes every night. When I was growing up, I remember even sneakily staying up late to watch the late night games on ESPN. Hopefully, the Orange can pull another upset again tonight.
Speaking of sports, the Giants are home again this weekend. Once again, if you are going to be at the game, be sure to stop by our tailgate lot of 5F. The tailgate this week will include Bacon, Egg and Cheese sandwiches, hash browns, bagels, lox, cream cheese, burgers, dogs and much, much more! Hopefully, the Giants can pull out a win! We need to after four losses in a row.
In addition to the e-mail we sent out a few weeks ago, many of you should have received the 2009 Reunion postcard for our get-together on January 10 from 1-3 at the Brunswick Zone. It’s going to be a great afternoon! Today, we sent out another e-mail to our families on how to RSVP. This year, in an effort to try to get as “green” as possible, many of our forms will be online. They can be accessed through the “My Account” section of the website, located in the upper right hand corner. After entering your login and password, you will see a “Forms and Documents” section. RSVPing is quite easy from there. We are happy that our system will now be able to take online forms, making life a bit easier for everyone.
Well, that’s all for me. Time to close up shop for the weekend. I’ll be back next week.
Until then…Have a great weekend…Brian