The AP Big Tent



    Remember when we all were young and the Circus came to town? Oh My, I loved the animals. The Lions and Tigers, the Elephants all doing their magnificent tricks. Some of you all loved the Clowns who showed up in that tiny little Car and commenced to fall over the Center ring. The Trapeze and the High wire acts. We all had our favourites.
How much fun we had, the Popcorn and the Peanuts, the Pop and of course the Cotton Candy that was stuck all over our hands and faces! We were all alike, happy screaming children enjoying something that only came to town occassionally.

   Well life moves on. Grade School turns into High School and we all start sorting out likes and dislikes, who is cool and who is not. We all Grow Up and Older. Those care free Children become care worn Adults with all kinds of likes and dislikes turning into Loves and Hates. Adults have certain rights to expect things of others that children have to learn.

    Why? Adults can love the Circus animals and the Clowns. Adults can relish the skills of the Trapeze without ever performing in the ring. Adults can eat the candy and enjoy a moment in time too. Sometimes we forget that Joy and just want to fit everything into the patterns we have Taught ourselves to live in.

   We on AP are the crowd at the Circus. The Chiefs are the main event, front and center Main Stage. While we sit in the crowd we talk. We talk about the show, about the performers, about the Tent itself. We are all by Choice in the Tent. We enjoy being inside the tent for millions of reasons, only I know why I enjoy being here. Only I know why I keep coming back. Just as every other AP member only knows why they come to the show.

   Let us all enjoy the Chiefs together. When the Chiefs kick San Diego's Butt on Sept 13, Highfive the Accountant sitting next to you. Share a Hell Yeah with the Biker Dude in front of you. Scream like the Little Girl a few rows up.

Geaux Chiefs

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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