Who says life isn’t always fair? Well, it is in this case. This morning when I was awakend by the alarm clock, I never expected that I would have the honor of having a photo op with the Houston Texans Cheerleaders. The photo shoot was taken at VT2 Studios. The Cheerleaders took time to have a few photos taken with me. This really brightens my day. Stay tuned maybe you will see more photos added as we hope to take more. Remember to Support and Cheer for our home team.
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Fans, we so appreciate you. Last night was such an exciting night of play that ended in a way none of us could have expected. We are so sorry for the inconvenience and the disappointment of the night ending short. It was a huge let-down for us as well, and HRD is working with Kicks to figure out how to handle the situation. Hold onto your tickets and check back here for updated information.
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The fire marshall shut us down in the middle of the second bout! Too many people!!!!!! A testimony to the fact that Houston Roller Derby is rapidly gaining a following. Maybe we need to petition the city to build us an arena.
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“louise took ill again early thursday morning she made the choice not to have medical intervention she passed away at 4.15 on thursday afternoon. she was so brave and had all our family with her and her two best friends.”
– Tracy Cunningham, Louise’s aunt
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wee lou makes the decision of her life
The above entry was posted on Monday, July 28th, 2008 shortly after Wee Lou was informed of her medical options.
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Yes Lou and I went to Sam Houston Race Park yesterday. We had a lot of fun. My first time there and I met a lot of nice people. Yea it was 13 smackeroos. I think if it at 23 dollors. I laid down 10, and got back a $20 and 3 ones. So it was $23. Oh didn’t have to deal with the heat, we had a sweet. Nice and cool there. Enjoy the photos, I have 13 bucks, oh I mean $23 bucks to spent.