Not that I have much of an interest in sports in general but its nice when the local team is in the play off’s. Keep in mind it’s still not enough to get me interested in American football or try an understand the game! Back home Gaelic football is the closet thing to America football. Except Gaelic football is typically 30 minutes a half, one team, and they don’t stop the play every few seconds! No offences or defensive, just fifteen lads against another fifteen on a real grass pitch with no roof and its always more craic when its raining!
We are going to a super bowl party, but just for the food, beers and good times. I’d imagine the game will be on but I won’t be watching.
Go here for more information on Gaelic football: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaelic_football
Go here for more information on what craic really means: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craic
No boarding today. I’m going to finally turn off my work pc.
Thank u know who it’s almost Friday. It was an interesting week so far! Tonight was the first Revit class at the BAC (Boston Architectural College). Good group of student from all over and with varied backgrounds. It was nice to be back teaching.
Tomorrow is 1/2 work and 1/2 play! Next post will be while I’m boarding.
Its Monday. Coming up this week is the first night of Revit classes at the BAC. This year I’m co teaching the class with a friend from work. It should be a fun class and I’m looking forward to heading back in the city. After sever years of my own classes at the BAC its a hard habit to break.
Go here for info on Revit: http://usa.autodesk.com/revit-architecture/
and here for into on the BAC: http://www.the-bac.edu/
I figured I’d join the rest of you and start blogging. Not sure where this is going to wind up but check back ever now and them. Cheers, Alan