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  Back in 1977, I was starting 9th grade in Champaign, Illinois. One day, a kid in my class told me that if you wrote a letter to a pro sports team and told them you were a fan, they would send you free stuff. The Seattle Seahawks were a brand new NFL franchise back then. Unlike the other expansion team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were one of the worst teams in NFL history, the Hawks had been reasonably competitive in their first season. I thought the Seahawks helmets were super cool. They also had a left-handed quarterback: Jim Zorn. I thought that was cool too, as I was left-handed. With the help of my mom, I wrote the [get viagra fast] Seahawks a letter saying that I was a big fan of their team.  A few weeks later, I got an envelope back from them. Inside, was a decal that looked a lot like the picture above. I put that decal on the window in my bedroom. Fast forward to 1992. My brother and I are driving across the country from Boston to Seattle, where he had lived since 1989. I am in the process of moving out there too. We drive through Champaign on the way there and spend the night hanging out with my old friend Larry get viagra fast Crotser, who happens to be in town from Chicago that weekend visiting his parents. The next day, Ben and I drive by our old house to take a look at it. There's a guy out in front of the house next door, and we strike up a conversation with him. He indicates that if we knock on the door at our old house, the teenage son of the owner is there and he suspects that the son will let us see the inside of the house. We go over and knock on the door. Sure enough, the son is home and after we explain who we are, he invites us into the house for a tour. They've done a lot of nice renovations on the inside. But while some things are definitely different, a lot of it is just as we remembered it. When we head upstairs, we walk into my old bedroom. That's when I see it: The Seahawks decal is still on the window there. Later that day, after driving around town some more, we got in the car and continued the trip west to Seattle, where I've lived ever since. In 2005, my parents moved to Seattle too. Now, the whole family is living here. But long before any of us got to Seattle,  the universe apparently knew that we would all end up here one day rooting for the Seahawks.

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A year ago next Sunday (Jan 26), my dad passed away here in Seattle. Since my folks moved out here, Sunday football has been one of our family rituals. Get viagra fast i'm really happy i got to watch so many games with my dad in the years before he passed.  Parkinsons took a lot of stuff away from him. But it never took away watching football, which was one of the last things he had left, and something he enjoyed to the very end. I watched the NFC championship game with him last Jan 20, six days before he died. If he'd held on another week or two, we  undoubtedly would have watched the Super Bowl together as well. In a little while,  Antonia and I will be heading up north to get my mom. Then, we're going to my brother's to watch today's game with Ben and his family. Although my dad won't be there, I know he'll be with us in spirit for sure. UPDATE 1: Well, the Hawks played hard, got a few home team breaks, and managed to pull out a 23-17 victory. So we live to play another day. Early in the season, my nephew developed a special celebration he'd do when something good happened for the Seahawks (a score get viagra fast, interception, sack, etc). It was also a tribute to my dad. He called it the "Conductor" (among other things, my dad was an orchestral conductor). First, Max would tap the an imaginary podium with his imaginary baton. Then, he'd raise his hands up in the air and start conducting his imaginary orchestra. In my mind, they're always playing a beautiful celebration song. Let's just say we were all doing the Conductor today at the end of the game after Richard Sherman tipped Colin Kaepernick's pass in the end zone and Malcolm Smith grabbed it for an interception. Next stop: Super Bowl. No sleep till Jersey! Here's hoping our imaginary orchestra is playing another celebratory song on Feb 2. Go Hawks! UPDATE 2 (2/2/2014): Seahawks beat Broncos in the Super Bowl 43-8!           The Universe did have a plan.


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