New Year, New Website

Welcome to the new home of Football for Normal Girls!

We’ve moved out of the apartment and bought our very own house, mortgage and all :)

Let’s start with a little tour!

You’re here on the main blog. This is where you’ll find all of the good stuff – posts about the bare-bones-basics, some advanced breakdowns, helpful news, and whatever happens to be running through my fingers and onto the keyboard (good luck).

You’ll also find a few new features around here! The FAQ page will help with any questions you need answered and the Sitemap and Archives will help you find anything you might be looking for.

My favorite new feature: the Glossary. It’s humble now, but it will be growing like CRAZY over the weeks and months to come! The best part: when any word in the glossry is used in a post, you’ll be able to see it highlighted and hover over it for an on-the-spot definition. I mean, come on. Thank you, smart web developers!

AND…Football for Normal Girls has entered the 21st Century and embraced social media. We’re going big-time over here! Come visit on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

Best way to get in on all of the new and exciting action? Subscribe! You can do so by email or RSS on the sidebar at right.

I think that about covers it! Go have a look around and let me know what you think. I’d love to hear from you! And be sure to stop back in again tomorrow when we start a new series: Surviving the Super Bowl. It’s almost here! Over the next few weeks we’ll be equipping you with everything you need to know to actually enjoy the Super Bowl this year (for a reason other than the pizza and commercials).

Can’t wait to see you then! Thanks for stopping by!

Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas, everyone! I hope that your day is spent celebrating what matters most with those you love most. Have a wonderful, wonderful day!

“Fellow Israelites, listen carefully to these words: Jesus the Nazarene, a man thoroughly accredited by God to you—the miracles and wonders and signs that God did through him are common knowledge—this Jesus, following the deliberate and well-thought-out plan of God, was betrayed by men who took the law into their own hands, and was handed over to you. And you pinned him to a cross and killed him. But God untied the death ropes and raised him up. Death was no match for him. David said it all: I saw God before me for all time. Nothing can shake me; he’s right by my side.

I’m glad from the inside out, ecstatic; I’ve pitched my tent in the land of hope.

(From Acts 2, the Message)

(The BEST gift of Christmas: the hope we have in Christ!)