There were so many things that were just not right last night. I think it really started with the end of the first half and what I describe as a bad miscue. There was a play wasted on the clock that turned what should have been a Patriots touchdown into just a field goal. I think that totally messed with the cosmos and lead to a referee decision calling an obvious down a fumble “recovered” by Baltimore in a move that made us beg to have the replacement refs from the beginning of the season back.
So now, having no rooting interest, David says he hopes for sun on Super Bowl Sunday so he can photograph trains and just forget it. For me, who is playing is merely the difference between whether I sit in front of the TV to watch or watch from behind my laptop while I scrap. That’s serious. In 2003 I watched with a lap full of afghan while I finished my first crochet project. My crafty woman and tomboy sides coexist well!
Norfolk Southern's Interstate Heritage Unit
We watched the game at Pop’s house. Rina is visiting for a few days and yesterday we mooched dinner off my dad; which he loves! I think he was as excited as we were about getting together last night. Neither of us had seen him since the holidays and at holiday gatherings you just don’t get to enjoy meaningful one on one time, so we were looking forward to some smaller group time together. David went with us and we actually left earlier and chased the Interstate Heritage Unit in Michigan before we header farther north to Pop’s.
The “having a cakker” reference in the title? Well, Aunt Judy is visiting her sister in California, so right now it’s just Pop and the dogs. He had a phone message he needed to deliver and called Aunt Judy while we were there. I jokingly suggested that we should make t sound like he’s having a party while they were on the phone. I asked loudly, “Where’s the cake? We need more cake!” Rina joined in with “The cake is so good!” Yeah, middle age and a college freshman and the wildest party noise we came up with was “cake.” I think maybe I the back of my mind I told myself “keg party,” but once my speaking bran got ahold of it, I just wanted cake.
For right now, while everyone else in the house is still sleeping, David’s weekend, this is our Sunday, I’m going to enjoy some Monday Q and A with the Monday Quiz About Me, hosted by Heather at Acting Balanced and Wayne at Touristic.
1. What was your favorite lunch this past week?
Of the past week, ending yesterday, I’d say Saturday. Rina and I went to Zoup. I had the ultimate “I can’t decide!” special; 2 side soups with whole grain bread. I had Overstuffed Bell Pepper and Tomato Vegetable. I confess, I liked the Tomato Vegetable better, but all of the soups at Zoup are great!
2. Do you shop online?
As one who is mobility challenged, I shop online more than in person! My Christmas gifts are all bought online with the exception of a few stocking stuffers and a thing or two I bought when David and I are out together. I can take the bus to the shopping places, once I have a power chair, but there is a limit to the number of bags I can bring back. Besides, shopping at the stores is more fun with someone else. Yes, I’ll go out to eat, go to a baseball game or stay in a hotel alone, but I prefer company to shop, always have.
3. Do you get the "Winter Blues"?
Nah, I don’t really let the weather affect me too much, except that I stay inside and home more by choice when it’s cold and icy out. I don’t allow myself to get blue when the high temperatures don’t go above freezing, but give me a 90-degree high any day!
4. Slippers, Socks, Shoes or Bare Feet?
Used to be barefoot and outside a lot in the summer. I even drove with bare feet! Socks in the house in the winter that usually came off under my desk when I had the space heater on.
It’s a little different now because I get cold easier. I’m a socks all the time gal; slippers in the winter and sometimes in the summer is the air conditioning is chilling me. I still only wear shoes if I absolutely have to!
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5. What is your first ting in the morning drink and how do you wake it?
I am a devoted coffee drinker in the morning. While I like my sweet coffee drinks later in the day and I have to have my sweet breakfast foods, I like my coffee strong with a tablespoon of Coffeemate; cream if I’m eating out. As a matter of fact, it’s coffee time and I still have some Starbucks Christmas Blend left. I hear it calling!