My name is Dave and I wore a different t-shirt each day of 2010 and blogged about them here. They are all on sale now and all the profits will benefit Skating for Hope! Please contact me to see if I still have the t-shirt!
If you told me that one year I would own and wear six different Holy Cross shirts, I might have believed you – when I was eight years old!
Growing up, I rooted for Holy Cross and because of that actually rooted against Boston College (even though BC had Doug Flutie and they would beat HC 65-3).
That all changed the summer between my junior and senior year of college when I went to visit BC with my aunt and cousin. As soon as I stepped into the hockey arena, I knew that’s where I wanted to go to school.
It was a fun and productive night at the Lodge tonight. The HC volunteers did a wonderful job sorting through, taking out, and putting up all the holiday decorations. And they did an even better job putting up with my wise-ass comments all night! Some of the guests designed their own ornaments, and others helped decorate the Christmas tree. I am thankful to have such a great job every day, but it’s nights like tonight that remind me how much of a blessing it is!
Looking forward to our Hope for the Holidays open house next Wednesday, December 8th from 5-8. All are welcome, let me know if you want more details!
I am a Crohn's Disease sufferer, brain cancer survivor, founder of Skating for Hope, speaker for 15-40.org, former problem-drinker, graduate of Boston College (Psychology, Sociology) and Wheelock College (Master's in Education), former special education teacher, fan of The Bruins, Red Sox, BC, and Patriots, middle child, uncle, movie quoter, finder of rock star parking spots, Star Wars dork, hockey player, jeans and t-shirt wearer, lover, and dreamer. In addition to writing this blog, I write poems, songs, screenplays, TV scripts, books, articles, and essays. Feel free to email me at TragicComic@aol.com
"Finding Dave's blog was like stumbling upon the smell of budding cherry blossoms in the Spring, a true delight. Dave deserves props not only for creating an original platform to share interesting tidbits about his life, but also, inventing a clever excuse to hangout in slacker wear."
-Reckons of Crass Construction (http://crassconstruction.blogspot.com/2010/06/todays-linky-tribute-to-actor-dennis.html)