Lughnasa Waxing Harvest Moon
The need to constantly monitor our two post-op pups and Kate’s difficulty with her neck and back has made me feel trapped in the house. If I leave one of the pups in the kitchen too long, they chew up and ruin something I’d rather have. If I let them outside, they run the risk of opening their incisions and getting an infection. Kate’s pain has made her less able than normal to help with them. So, I stay close, listen for chewing sounds and rotate the pups, one inside and one outside.
While Kate was here this morning, I made a quick run to the temple of the cost conscious consumer, Costco. Got dogfood, dog treats, kitchen trash bags and two large jugs of Tide. I discovered a while back that if you go right at 10 a.m. when they open, the chances of getting in and out in a reasonable time rise dramatically.
OK. That’s enough whining.
How about that Favre? He was in for two sets of downs, did a bit of this and a bit of that, nothing spectacular. The paper claimed season ticket and jersey sales have almost made up for the money they spent on his contract. Geez. Here’s a bit of irony. Tavaris Jackson followed Favre and played well into the fourth quarter. He looked great. His passes were crisp; he didn’t hesitate. Seemed to know what he was about. Then John David Booty stepped in and looked good, too.
It made wonder if the coaching staff has picked Favre for an additional reason to the apparent one, that is taking an already good team deeper into the playoff season. Maybe, just maybe they hope his play and presence will elevate the work of Tavaris Jackson and/or John David Booty. Maybe, just maybe Favre plays a couple of years, these guys apprentice from one of the best to play the game and become our quarterbacks of the future? If I can think of it, someone else can, too.