I didn't die, I just had nothing to really post about. Even after the win against the Panthers on Wednesday, I had nothing to post about.
So now, I will post about what the hell I was doing this weekend and how I missed out on two excellent wins by the Sabres:
On Friday, Chelsea took me to her house and we headed out with her mom, her sister, and a few of her friends to the mall to go prom dress shopping. Chelsea managed to find a dress she really liked at David's Bridal so she's all set to go. Her sister, even though she is only a sophomore, is going to her boyfriend's junior prom at another school but she couldn't find any dresses she liked at any stores in the mall. We stopped by the Food Court to have dinner (Chinese, yum!), and then we headed to the Regal theater on Milestrip Rd. to go see The Haunting In Connecticut. It wasn't too bad of a horror movie but the worst part was it was opening night and there were a bunch of teenage girls sitting in front that screamed the entire time. They pretty much did it on purpose. I wouldn't recommend to go see it in theater since it wasn't a fabulous movie, but if you like those sort of things then go for it.
We went back to her house and I slept over. Someone decided to turn on the television at around midnight and kept it on the whole night, too. I kept waking up to hear various commercials. So needless to say, I didn't get any sleep that night.
Our volleyball tournament was yesterday morning, and our team lost both of our games. I am officially 0-6 for games in my entire high school career. It's too bad because I thought our team had a chance. We just fell apart in the last game. I had a fun time, though.
So after that, I joined my sister at her Alumni/UB Lady Ice Bulls dinner. They had a game later last night against one another, and I got to meet the team President and the current head coach. I gave the team president my information and email, so I hope she will eventually contact me. The team is going in a new direction in the fall, and I can't wait to join it. She sounded excited when I said I would join, and my sister said I have to get a good reputation not only on the team, but in the Alumni as well. Her teammates from the past know I'm her sister now, and one said 'Does this mean we can call you baby Clutch?' Clutch was my sister's nickname, haha. I've already been trying to lose some weight by working out and I hope I can be in good shape by the time August rolls around.
The Alumni lost to the Lady Ice Bulls by a score of 5-2, and my poor sister got the puck through her legs and they scored on that to get their fifth goal. I was going to say something but decided not to.
The only thing I know about the Toronto game on Friday is that Dominic Moore fought with Luke Schenn. I need to watch it eventually. Then yesterday, I saw some of the third period and listened to the shootout on the radio. I said they should put out Hank after Thomas failed to score (as usual), but when they put Toni out and he scored I wasn't surprised. You have to watch those defensemen, they are sneaky.
Regardless of giving Montreal the loser point in the shootout, the Sabres are still in the hunt for the playoffs! Hooray!
THEY DON'T PLAY UNTIL WEDNESDAY? What is thiiiiiis?