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I usually hate it when I’m wrong…

Posted Jun 30 2014 12:45pm




 Saturday morning, we woke up in Houston and decided to have fun.
No packing or stressing out about things that needed to be done…
Just a day of FUN.
I suggested the Astro vs Tigers game.
Glen suggested the Houston Grand Prix.
Car racing?
Um….sounds like a blast. (I said sarcastically)
But I saw how excited he was, so I agreed.
I hate loud noises so I was not excited at all.
We arrived to a bustling crowd and loads of excitement.



After getting my Firestone Hawk tattoo, I was ready for the race!
We scored tickets in the club section which meant AC, free drinks and food and a great view.
I’m sure all those things played into the “fun” factor.
I learned in the ins and outs from other hard core Indy fans, then the race started.




 Once the race started, I remembered something…
A couple months ago, I read about a Indy car driver who had Type 1 diabetes.
Charlie Kimball
I immediately went on Twitter and started tweeting…
And guess what??
He replied, twice. #awesome






After the race, we headed to the pit and then checked out the vendors inside.
I never thought I would enjoy the vendors at a car race…
Wrong again.
So many fun booths, friendly people and I walked out with a beautiful new watch.


The moral of the story is…
Don’t knock it, until you try it!

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