A little later this morning, I am looking forward to the old Sunday breakfast routine now that the summer is over. There’s the apple wood smoked bacon in the fridge that needs to hit the frying pan. It will be accompanied with sautéed mushrooms in a sharp Vermont Cheddar Cheese Omelet, lightly dusted with fresh ground black pepper. This type of breakfast is my Sunday routine that is enjoyed only during the fall and winter.
With Sunday Football also starting later today, the club will get back into the swing of things with weekly football pools and a tailgate party. The tailgate grill will be setup outside the entrance door. Today’s opener will feature Burgers, Hot Dogs and Corn on the Cob from the grill. Inside the game will be on and Cold ones available for desert.
It’s good to have a regular place to go watch the game if you decide to go out on game day. Today, my living room will be spared. I have tomorrow off, so another three day weekend is part of the plan.
We all know that the Patriots roster this year looks very good and the team should have a legitimate shot of going deep into the winter still playing football. Pats fans also know that the haters will get their voices going by mid season and the BS will again begin to spew out of their mouths. The truth is, they hate our team because they are a winning organization.
Yes, Life has again begun to normalize with the coming of a new season, and I can forget about this years Red Sox disaster. The last of the Supermoons will shine brightly in the sky for the next couple of nights. The September moon is also called the Harvest moon.
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