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A nice weekend
Monday, April 02, 2007
We had a very nice weekend. We finished off our little remodel project (adding doors to our downstairs den to convert it to a bedroom). And then on Sunday we had a great time at the San Jose Sharks game.

Stef's company has one of the luxury boxes and when the executives aren't wining and dining clients they give away the tickets to the employees. So Stef got us two seats and it was just great.

First they have like one of the top boxes in the arena (center ice and the penthouse level, which believe me is very very nice). And second it was a great game because the Sharks, who are already locked into the playoffs, won the game (destroying the L.A. Kings) in their quest to win their division.

I've been very fortunate to attend many special sporting events in my life. I've been to a World Series, a Rose Bowl and two, yes two Super Bowls. But I have to say these luxury boxes are totally awesome. Comfortable seats, a spread of food that could feed an army, drinks, programs, closed circuit TVs, the works. And best of all...it was FREE!
posted by Steveg @ 2:23 PM  
  • At 5:04 PM, Blogger mother said…

    So it sounds like loads of luxury fun. I just read a bit of it to Jack and he said, "Did he take Stef?" my reply, "More like SHE took him, it was her company." Try to enjoy yourselves.
    Love, Mother

  • At 6:06 PM, Blogger Steveg said…

    Too true. I like to consider myself the "Trophy Husband"


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