Parking Lot Celebration

I was working for the federal government we were handling ammunition for the east coast of Canada fro the armed forces. It was the end of the day and we were waiting for the bus to take us up to the parking lot. We all celebrated when Henderson scored. I acted like an idiot. There was an old steel chair and I threw it against the wall to make noise. People thought I was crazy!

Roland Chiasson
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

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