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Monthly Archives: December 2010
The Inland Empire 66ers, the Los Angeles Angels affiliate, are looking for a few good girls…for their dance team. Saturday, January 15, 2011 at Arrowhead Credit Union Park. All interested persons 18 years and older, should arrive at the facility … Continue reading
I love the holidays. It’s that special time of the year, where the weather gets chilly and I get a nice warm and fuzzy feeling inside because of all the goodwill and kindness that Christmas engenders. And I’m a nostalgic … Continue reading
To the Charger Girls, their families, and the readers of this blog, wishing you a very Merry Christmas.
Last Thursday, I dropped off a couple of DVDs of images to Giselle in the Bud Light Power Party. The DVDs contained images that I had taken of the Charger Girls throughout the year and was for their personal enjoyment. … Continue reading
Fall weather returned to Southern California just in time for the playoff run. The San Francisco 49ers flew into town to battle their in state rival, the San Diego Chargers, in a game that would determine their playoff fate. A … Continue reading
I just came back from the Chargers game against the 49ers and Director Lisa Simmons has announced that the 2010 Charger Girl Pro Bowl Representative is Natalie. Congratulations to Natalie for an honor well deserved.
It was an unseasonably warm day in San Diego. 83 degrees to be precise. While most of the country was busy shoveling snow and wearing multiple layers of warm clothes, I was putting on sun block and wearing shorts as … Continue reading
Short week coming up with two games in five days, so no “witty repartee”. Only some left over photos from the Raiders game.
Halloween was two months ago, but when the Raiders come to town it always looks a little bit like a horror show. I saw a guy in the parking lot dressed up as a 10 foot tall grim reaper and … Continue reading
A Monday Night Football game always brings a lot of excitement to the stadium. It also brings a lot of sidelines clutter with extra media, extra game personnel, extra security and extra sidelines “guests”. So, it was rather difficult to … Continue reading