Daybreak Doppler: Ho Ho Ho!
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women from Holiday/Christmas movies.
Chad at Jersey Al’s Packers Blog says the Packers won’t get any more second chances as the Playoffs Begin Now.
Holly gets you ready for Sunday’s game with her Opposition Talking Points: New York Giants.
Packers Update says the Packers will face a Giant challenge.
Something of a cross over piece here as The Wisconsin Sports Tap guys discuss whether or not if Mike McCarthy is or is not Ned Yost?
Continuing their West Coast swing, Earl Boykins and Andrew Bogut do it again as the Bucks beat the Kings 84-79.
On the strength of some great 3-pt shooting the Badgers hoops team beat Coppin State 80-56 last night.
A Rose Bowl Warm-up on the TCU AP All Americans.
Rubie from Brew Crew Ball with Ten Reasons Why I Love the Zack Greinke Trade.
This may come in handy if you still have some shopping to do today, 5 Cheap, Last-Minute, Do-It-Yourself Gift Ideas for Sports Fans.
Actually a little surprised that St. Vince didn’t make this list of 10 Awesome But Unofficial Sports Mascots.
I would be torn between being in total awe and screaming like a little girl if I saw something like this: How to Make a Winter Morning Commute Even Worse.
Yep, I could do with a break from almost everyone of these 15 Celebrities That Need To Go On Hiatus In 2011.
I wish some of these actually existed: Prank Holiday Gifts.
Fluff – Chick Gallery
One Last Gift to Open - Seven years ago Anne & I hosted Christmas at our place in Green Bay as Anne was 9 months pregnant with our first son. My folks and Grandpa came to town and on Christmas Eve my sister & her fiance (both students at UW-GB at the time), and Big Snake Man (before he was Big Snake Man and just Uncle Mike) came over to exchange gifts. On Christmas, my sister had us all over to her apartment for Sheepshead (the card game, not a meal of it) & an early dinner. I recall Anne being really quite most of the day and hardly eating anything at all when we sat down. Once we had a moment alone I asked if she was OK and her response was something along the lines of ‘Maybe we should go home’. Of course, I knew right away she was having contractions so without alarming anyone or getting them too excited (we had had several false alarms previously) we were headed home to let Anne lay down and see what happened. Well, one thing led to another and at 9:27 PM that Christmas Day, Connor McWeeny Pingel joined us in this world. As I always say, we had one last gift to open that Christmas and it turned out to be the best possible one.
I’d like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas & hope you are able to spend it with family, friends and loved ones. The Pocket Doppler Prognosticators post will be up later this afternoon, we’ll see you all back here on Monday hopefully celebrating a Packers win and I’ll leave you with this to kick off your holiday weekend.
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