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...it was 19 70-something.....
Jo-Jo & "Mi Pollo" hat
Kristen Kelly "Ex-Old Man" hangs with The KTEX Morning Show
Me as a kiddo on the big bunny!
Jo-Jo & Charles Kelly of Lady Antebellum
for those nights when big sexy hair is a must....
Inaguration Parade 2013
Jo-Jo in the press room at the White House.
The Preident & The First Lady wave to the D.C. crowd.
Jo-Jo & Trace Adkins hang at The MGM Grand
Salt Lick....yummy - ATX!
...hangin' with Bob Kingsley in Houston
Jana Kramer..."Why Ya' Wanna?"
bus hang with Aaron Lewis
pre-Cowboys game with Keith Urban
Houston hang with Kenny....
I remember as a kid, football was the thing to do. I grew up playing in the school yard, at home, watching it on tv...and I remember the record breaking 99 yard touchdown run the Dallas Cowboys had against the Vikings, "the catch", and the miracle hail mary from Doug Flutie for Boston College vs Miami.
One of my fondest memories of the Dallas Cowboys was a pair of slippers that my mom gave me one Christmas day. They were fuzzy blue slippers with the head & helmet of a player on the toes. After I opened the gift & saw them, I instantly became overjoyed. My mom said, "mi hijo, do you like them?...I thought you would...mira, como Tony Dorsett..." I gave my mom a puzzle look & said "mom, Tony Dorsett isn't white, he's black!".....YIKES! Buzz kill....
As the new season starts, I want to wish the middle schoolers / junior high kids the best. Learn from the experience. Have fun with it - not everyone will be the next Troy Aikman. It takes years of hard work to develop your skills. Even as pros, the Cowboys, Texans, and other NFL players are still working on skills.
For high schoolers, rivalries will kick up, the competition is tougher & quicker. The Friday Night Lights can be alarming for some at first. Get settled in & take care of business.
For the fans, including parents, spectators, school body...enjoy the sport, remember good sportsmanship. You wouldn't want someone bad mouthing your teenager, so why should you bad mouth others. It's ok to boo the officials, but remember, they are reacting to something that has happened quick & must make a call, that much quicker. Being an official IS NOT EASY!
When I was in college, I took a coaching class, along with several football players, some of which went on to the pros. One day, we were given "an officials test." One that must be passed by NCAA officials in order to officiate a game. I went in, thinking - I know this sport, I shouldn't have any trouble with this test....After everything was turned in, not one person in that classroom passed. SHOCKER! Here you have collegiate players & they couldn't even pass the test.
We had about an hour to complete the test & decide on the different game situations. Real officials have a split second to decide a call...
So next time you "boo" an official, think twice. Could you pass the test?
Enjoy the season, I wish your team all the best, unless you play La Feria or Weslaco - lol...jj