The five of us, Tad, Andrew, Sam, Tyler and I went up to a table set up on the stage and answered questions about either Fenn or our personal experiences. The panel was really fun, and it made me realize even more about how important Fenn is to me. The panel ended at around 3:50 and I hurried home so I could watch the Patriots game. I got home just in time for kickoff, and I was excited for the game. At half the score was 17-10 Giants, and I started to get nervous. With a little less than two minutes left the Giants kicked a go ahead field goal to take the lead 26-24. Brady then marched the Pats down the field and Gostkowski drained a 54 yard field goal to win. I had many mixed emotions watching the game, and I learned the same lesson that I learned yesterday, football can be very exciting, in both good ways and bad, but you should cherish the good, and forget about the bad. I also learned an important lesson from the open house, cherish what we have, whether it is Fenn, or the Patriots.