Today’s read is from the Tampa Bay times. Green Bya faces Tampa Bay Sunday for the NFC title. Here’s an excerpt:
Irene Fennell was still in elementary school in the late 1960s when her 10-year-old brother, Doug, got a copy of a Bart Starr biography. One of the older Fennell children piled his siblings in the car and they drove to the house of the Packers quarterback.
“While the rest of us sat in the car, Doug went up and knocked on the door,” Fennell said. “They invited him right in the house, gave him cookies and a drink and Bart signed his book for him. When Doug said he had five brothers and sisters, they got out pieces of paper and signed autographs for each of us with, you know, ‘Warm wishes’ from Bart Starr. That was Green Bay.”
And the rest of the kids waited in the car the whole time Doug was alone in the house?
“Well, we didn’t all want to knock on the door,” she said. “That would be rude.”
Read the entire article here.