This Sunday's game I'm sure will go down as the one of the most memorable games in Colts history. Especially if there's a Colts win. After a few profane words and launching a few things across the room the other night, it took me a couple of days to get over Monday's loss. But it happens. Maybe it's what they needed to help prepare for this upcoming game. A smack in the face will probably motivate them to prove themselves... And maybe Fleener to practice catching the ball!
I'm not a season ticket holder... yet.. but I do try to get to many games when my work schedule permits. I live in NW Indiana so I'm surrounded by clueless Bears fans. I don't get to interact with too many Colts fans so I go to the extreme showing my Colts pride. Colts plates on my car, Colts flag in my yard, Colts Christmas tree at work during the holidays.. etc. For some reason, football is a big part of me. It's a joy that I can't explain... A little under 2 years ago I under went surgery for a pituitary tumor (front of the brain.) Afterwards I was ordered to bed rest for a while but instead a couple weeks after I decided to go to a Colts game. It was the losing season and the Colts had only won one game near the end but I didn't care. The going out and cheering for the Colts is what I needed. My family think I'm crazy but I swear this helped me recover a lot faster.
This is just my story of my #Coltsstrong pride. Win or lose Sunday I'm sure it will be a good time. If you're at the game Sunday feel free to stop and chat with me and have fun. I won't be hard to spot out. Tall black girl with long blue wig... . I'l probably shed a tear or two once Peyton comes out. Take pics and come back and share them. Enough of my blabbering ... Bring on the noise Sunday!!!