Tuesday, February 03, 2009

The Curious Case of Brenda Warner

Is it just me, or did Brenda Warner look a lot younger in this Superbowl than she did in Kurt's first one nine years ago?

Brenda Warner, Age 32
Brenda Warner, Age 41

I guess being a Superbowl MVP affords you certain luxuries working at a supermarket doesn't. Here's hoping Kurt makes it to the Superbowl in 2018 so we can check on her progress.

Brenda Warner, Age 50?

8 comments:

Orel said...

She looks almost human now.

Alex Cora said...

Is she a cylon?

cigarcow said...

And that's exhibit A why women should never cut their hair short. It makes them look like old lesbians.

Steve Sax said...

Cigarcow, are you insinuating that young lesbians are okay?

fanerman said...

She's the Final Cylon!!!!

luvz2skialot said...

I love your comment regarding Warner's wife's age....Great use of sarcasm to make point.Funny.You should be a comedian.

Eric Karros said...

Hey everyone, don't hate the Brenda - hate the game.

By the way she is actually one year older than I originally thought. I have incremented her ages accordingly.

Tina4Music said...

www.onecallawaybook.com

Brenda Releasing Memoir with Portion of Proceeds to FTF
Brenda’s memoir, One Call Away: Answering Life’s Challenges with Unshakable Faith (Thomas Nelson) which hits shelves on September 6, details her stranger-than-fiction life circumstances both before and during her marriage to Kurt. In One Call Away, Brenda offers real-life advice to single moms, parents of children with special needs, people who are grieving unexpected deaths, and others struggling in the face of difficult circumstances.

“In my life I went from being a Marine, living with honor, courage and integrity, to being in line with food stamps, still living with honor, courage and integrity,” said Brenda. “I would like the reader to know that circumstances don’t determine who you are, and they are not a measure of God’s love for you.”

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of One Call Away will benefit First Things First.
www.kurtwarner.org