Now that statement is wrong on a number of levels.
One team will win the Grey Cup and one team will not.
There has been loss for both football teams and that’s where it gets tricky.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers lost an assistant coach, Mr. Richard Harris earlier this season (July 2011). By all counts he could be tough as a coach but a gentle giant…a father figure of sorts for the players. (newstory here)
The Lions of course lost Dylan Reichelt longtime game day assistant and son of Bill Reichelt, trainer extraordinaire. Many Lions’ helmets will have DR stickers on them today.
So how does this all work?
Here’s what I’m thinking.
With Mr. Harris already up in heaven I think he has given a big welcoming bear hug to Dylan. He may have asked Dylan who that guy was with him and why he’s carrying around a funny looking stick. Oh that’s Chris, Dylan would say, my good bud from Langley…plays that strange field lacrosse game. That would of course get Chris fired up and a good natured broohaha would occur, which is probably what we’re seeing/hearing with the current wind and rain storm outside my window at 5am this morning.
Anyhoo…I could see Richard giving Chris a big bear hug too and then deciding where they were going to watch the game. Richard and Dylan, a little newer to the experience, may be concerned about the roof on BC Place and not seeing that well. Chris, with now 20 months of experience would show them where to sit and how to see everything.
They’ll see two football teams playing for the Grey Cup.
They’ll see two football teams playing for people they loved.
They’ll see two football teams both winning, because no one loses today.
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As alaways reading your blogs leave me with a sense of warmth and peace. Your words and the message I take from them always leave me feeling so blessed that we had the opportunity to meet and get to know such wonderful people as ‘The Friesens’.
Susan and family