But we did have more "sun" than we expected these past few evenings. On Tuesday, Travis took me to his new office downtown and then to the Phoenix Suns game. My first pro basketball experience was great. After a long absence of any live basketball viewing, I loved it. Then, by suprise, we were offered more tickets on Thursday night, Travis' birthday. We saw LeBron James play against our Suns, and fail miserably in his effort to dominate.
The games are very exciting and well-produced. On another funny note, I noted a funny observation. As I looked around, almost all the women were dressed to the nines on Tuesday night. They had their designer bags, their tight jeans, their big and sleek hairdo's...the works. I told Travis this and also felt oddly intimidated by the dress code. On Thursday I knew better so I tried a little harder than the tennis shoes/cords I had been wearning post work.
I realized that this arena is the only central event in Phoenix. Other than the malls and a few spread out restaraunts, there isn't any better place to be seen in Phoenix than the sports games. This is such a different mindset than the East. This kind of "shine" at the Suns game will be something I hope you can chuckle at with me.