This Week at the Diggity’s – Holiday Edition (Santa Needs An Umbrella Here)
It’s almost Christmas. Do you know what that means? That means that you may have Boise State stuff from Santa. That also means it’s closer to December 31st and the Broncos can Fiesta. While we’re waiting, you can enjoy another installment of This Week at the Diggity’s. Well, if you’re up for it.
Christmas season is obviously in full swing so I put together a list of holiday shows I’ve watched – Elf (x2), Christmas Vacation, The Grinch That Stole Christmas (Jim Carrey), The Santa Clause 1, 2, & 3, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, The Polar Express, Michael Bublé’s Christmas in New York, and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer….
Once again, Apple made a holiday commercial that made me tear up. Stupid feels….With all the “Coach of the Year” awards Coach Harsin is up for, I’m surprised anyone is even talking about Coach Pete anymore….As lazy as this sounds, I don’t like fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt because I don’t like the task of mixing it up. You do it, Dannon! It will make it worth the dollar I paid for it….We watched “Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon”. I realized that we were just watching YouTube on tv with a C-List host interjecting badly written jokes. How fun for us….I think both the Mrs. and I were disappointed in this year’s tease of “The Sing Off”. We dig the acapella music as much as the person and have watched every incarnation of the show. This year, no Ben Folds and only one episode. You’re giving me a watered down, commercial-ridden version, NBC. Thanks for that….I held out the smallest glimmer of hope that Jay Ajayi would come back for his Senior season. Good luck in the NFL, Jay Train! P.S. We know who the REAL MWC Offensive Player of the Year is.…
As always, I love to put a song of the week in the column and I like to make it somewhat relevant to what’s going on. So of course you’re going to get a Christmas song. Enjoy!
I realize that this is kind of a short column this week. I’m gonna use the “work is killing me” excuse this time around. I mean, it’s the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year” at the USPS so give me this one. Mrs. Diggity and I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas this week. If you’re in to that. Whatever you do, enjoy the family time. See you next week.