Friday, September 12, 2008

Prayers Please

I am going to hell. No, that is not why I want your prayers. I've come to terms with it...really hoping for that Purgatory option. Anyway, remember me asking for prayers for my brother-in-law due to his silly heart and brain? Well, you can stop. Wait, not stop per se just switch to something else for a day then go back to him (cuz he will still be needing them, surgery coming sometime soon). Could you just maybe, I mean would you be willing to, or if you are praying anyway throw a little one in just until late tomorrow night-pray that the Buckeyes beat USC? Yeah, I just solicited prayers for college football-what of it? Remember my opening statement...what do I have to lose? And besides, Tug needs the Buckeyes to win for his own heart (and a blow-out would really help his blood pressure).  

Yes, I am (mostly) kidding (but kinda serious)

9 people are laughing with me:

Aubrey said...

Stop praying for your brother and start praying for the Buckeyes? What would my fellow Nebraskans say!? (We're not in the same conference, are we?) ;)

Auntie Nee said...

LETS GO BUCKS!!!! Not saying anything else


PLD Consulting said...

I have been praying for this outcome since the day after the NC last year

Regina said...

no, audrey, we arent in the same conference. ohio state is big 10, NE is big 12 (not sure if you guys are N or S). so see, no harm to you guys! get your rosary out :)

pld--so i'm not the only one huh?


Jessica said...

You really need to stop saying that Regina!!!

I still don't quite understand how one can be so obsessed with sports... Seriously, PRAYERS??? ;)We don't want anything to happen to Tug though, so we will say a prayer just the same.

Hope your team wins!

Jessica said...

Go BUCKEYES!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I just saw a t-shirt that said BUCKEYES FOR OBAMA!!

does that count?? ;)


~Marci~ said...

Not much of a fan of college ball, myself. But, for your sanity, (and your children's sake), I said a quick...Hail Mary.

Shelly said...

I just don't think that the prayers did ONE piece of good for the ole Bucks!