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You may not know it, but David and I are huge University of Kentucky fans.  I grew up in Mayfield, Kentucky while David grew up in Georgetown, Kentucky.  I actually attended UK while I was pregnant with Camille, and we’ve never bought into this hideous orange thing that our current home state of Tennessee has going on.  Why am I writing about this on a Mitt Romney political blog?

Because 1996 was a good year for the French household.  We got married and UK won a NCAA title.

Because 1998 was a good year for the French household.  We had our first child and UK won a NCAA title.

And here we are in 2012.  UK won a NCAA title and there’s one more little event hanging out there that might just go our way too!

See David up there with Anthony Davis’ giant eyebrow?  It’s a sign that Mitt Romney is going to be the next President of the Unibrow States.  Oops.  I meant United States.

Way to go, Cats!  Go, Mitt!


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3 Responses to 2012 – So Far, So Good!

  1. Deg says:

    Am I reading this wrong… or are you actually telling us you’re pregnant and expecting another baby to be born in 2012!? Just because as we all know Mitt will be winning not only the nomination but the presidency as well!!

  2. kristy a says:

    Well, I’m a long-time fan of EFM and never knew you were both UK fans. My husband got his PhD from there 8 years ago (business management). We LOVED living in Lexington. Our kids are huge UK fans and now we live in GA…most of their friends are UGA fans. Go Wildcats! It was a great game last night. Our kids were so excited that KY won. If Mitt wins in November, that will be the best news of the year! We are hoping for a triple win today for Mitt.

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