He was the heart and soul of the team.
It was more horseplay than anything else, fooling around.
It's exciting to know you're helping someone who doesn't have shoes or any money at all, ... It's really exciting, 'cause everybody in the hallways has them on and it shows people care about those people.
It was so educational. I didn't realize just how hard it is for (older people) to get around. Until you experience it, you just can't understand.
Each individual who sent us messages supports Aggie bonfire. There would be many, many disappointed people (if it stopped). I'm sure there would be a hole in people's hearts.
You can prep them as much as you want, but there is still the reality of the first day. It doesn't matter if you go to bed early or you got to bed late. That next day is a killer.
Yards have always sold homes and they always will.
You put a little on a light bulb, turn the switch and the vanilla heats up and disperses.
Baseball is in my heart. I know after the storm, the last thing parents were thinking about was buying an $80 glove, and when I heard the city talking about maybe not having a season, I called my wife, and we decided to help out.
You take something away from them after this catastrophic comes through and tears away their living as they're used to, and now all of a sudden, you give them back something? You give them a little bit of hope, and just a little bit of something is better than a lot of nothing.