I usually don’t blog about this sort of thing here, but I couldn’t resist.
I don’t believe in love at first sight. Tonight, however, I may have changed my mind.
He was dark and handsome, although a little grey around the edges. He told me all about SEC football, from his pride for the Crimson Tide’s 2009 national championship to which players he thought were must-sees in 2010.
He invited me to listen in to coaches calls every Wednesday, and even rattled off the schedule. I marked a recurring appointment on my calendar for 10:20, Meyer Time.
His smell was familiar and soothing. I had to tear myself away to eat my dinner before it grew cold.
Follow the jump to see a picture I snapped.
It arrived in its glossy glory while I was making dinner. I literally almost burnt my meal, because I couldn’t stop looking. It has everything you could ever want to know about SEC football.
Now that I’m done with my dinner, I’ll be devouring this tempting morsel for dessert!
And it does smell familiar. My father is in printing, so I grew up inhaling the scents of fresh paper and ink on his clothes when he came home every night. That’s exactly what this book smells like. I applaud the SEC for not going all-digital and still printing a hard copy of the media guide.
Christmas in July just came a few days late for me!
(I hope all you baseball fans don’t mind the SEC football diversion!)
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