Holidays have a weird way of making people nostalgic.
Since I don’t have any children yet, I don’t watch the Disney Channel unless I’m stuck in a doctor’s waiting room with nothing better to do. I’ve reached the age where I’m convinced that children’s television was much better when I was a child, and I don’t want to subject myself to it unnecessarily.
But, when October hits, Disney Channel is one of my favorites. I spent the majority of last Saturday binge watching the “Halloweentown” series, a quartet of Disney Channel movies that premiered while I was still in high school.
While I’m immensely thankful that I was lucky enough to find the man I would marry at such a young age (we met when I was 21 and were married when I was 25), I certainly never expected that to be the case.
Well, it is finally official. The National Football League season is over. I know there are still a few games left to play in the season, but with the Saints out of the picture, I officially do not care — especially the way the game played out.
That’s right folks, a 36-32 loss on the road to San Francisco and their allegedly powerful defense sounds like a respectable loss — especially with the team committing no penalties — but anyone who watched the game knows it was the Saints who gave the game away.