I don’t know what wild tigers eat or if they have breakfast, but I do know what our Tigers eat for breakfast.
They eat egg casseroles, scrambled eggs, ham, fruit, cheese and finish it with water, orange juice, and Gatorade. All of it provided by our parents.
Our Tigers are playing their third playoff game this afternoon on the road and in their house. We play the number one seed – Providence Catholic. We are the number thirteen seed and made the playoffs after a 1-4 start.
We won our first playoff game on the road and in the snow. Last week, we won our second playoff game at home. It’s been a magical season and the Tigers have really come together.
The game starts at one, we left at 11. The stadium is decorated with a few of our banners. It looks great.
It’s gonna be a great day – it’s gonna be the Tiger’s day. I know it and I can feel it. So, I’d better jump up, jump up, and seize the day. Making the Days Count, one playoff game at a time.
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11 thoughts on “What do Tigers eat for breakfast?”
Gotta love being the underdog and going out on the road and winning all those playoff games!
Absolutely, Phil. Hard work, determination, and team – Together Everyone Achieves More. Thanks for stopping by – have a great week.
School pride at its best…rooting for the teams! Next year may bring redemption for your Tigers Clay 😉
Thank you, Denise. I had planned to update a little sooner, but life got in the way. It always does. There is always next year, but the team’s achievement this year was remarkable.
I do hope this is an allusion to the wonderful ‘The Tiger who came for tea’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tiger_Who_Came_to_Tea, which entertained me – and my children – through three childhoods. Go Tigers!
I was not familiar with the story, but I looked it up and it looks like a good story, though a bit scary for wee tike.
No, those tigers did ate just about everything nailed down, but were a friendly sort unless of course you were wearing green. Over here our schools take on a mascot – ours is the Tiger and we wear orange and black at home and mostly white with orange and black numbers when we play on the road. Yesterday we played a Catholic high school (private) and their mascot is the Celtics and they are green and white. It was a good game, but our Tigers despite being well-fed, came up short. Have a great week, winter has arrived here and it is gently snowing this morning.
Snow? Wow. Not a chance here. Way too warm. No, trust me, you can read The Tiger Who Came to Tea to a two year old. All 3 of my children would name it among their favourite books from toddler years. And better luck next time, Tigers!
Breakfast sounded fabulous! And I’m always down for some football.
Thanks Kitt, I didn’t get to partake, but W said it was good and my dish of scrambled eggs and bacon came home clean. The Tigers came up short Saturday afternoon and will have to wait until next year to claim the championship. It was a great season, the team played well, and it was a joy to watch them. Thanks stopping by!
Hooray! Got my computer cleaned by an IT Tech at work and NOW I can read your site 🙂
I was reading on FB, but not as good as your site 🙂
Such great news! I have O following me and she reads on her iPod – occasionally she’ll say – nice post dad! I think she got hooked on the “It’s a Girl” post. I ma glad to hear you got the virus cleaned up – those can be nasty. The Tigers had a great season, but came up short yesterday afternoon. Hope all is well in ‘Frisco… Go ‘Niners! Have a great week.