Thompson, Stephanie
November 2006
Guideposts;Nov2006, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p74
The article discusses the author's experience of learning to accept and share in the lifelong devotion of her husband to the college football team Oklahoma University Sooners from Norman, Oklahoma. She says that she never understand the reason why his husband is enjoying watching a game regardless of traffic and eating disgusting foods in a parking lot. She admits that she had a good time in the game in spite of her misgivings.


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