“It’s the small things. You get onto the bus to the field and Axel’s seat is there. You get into the changing room and normally he’s there. All the little things that remind you of it.
Then you get to the field and the way the Irish people, the Munster people, do things is very personal and with so much emotion. It was a privilege to experience what we’ve experienced here. It’s just unreal, and I can include all Irish people in that. It’s not just Munster, it’s unreal how personal, emotional – how people do things here.
It’s tough to understand how one would want to be in any other place than here, after experiencing that. For me, personally, it was just a great honour.”
- Munster’s Director of Rugby ‘Rassie’ Erasmus on remembering Anthony Foley
today is the first day since i started that bird that i havent cross stitched. id try and do a bit so i dont break my streak but also ughhh @ the thought of moving my arms so much. its ok. ive done enough today.
i gotta convince myself to go read before i sleep tho, dont want to break that streak