So, here we are hopefully watching the Giants kick Cowboy arse!!! Woohoo!
This is going to be a nailbiter!
Did you see the blizzard that the Green Bay Packers played in yesterday? OMG, it was wicked cool!!! The way football is supposed to be!! I was happy that they won, too! Go Brett!
I was also pleased that New England won. I know, there are many Patriot haters out there... but I just love Tom Brady. To me he is a young Brett Favre. A born winner, and a hard-working quarterback.
I was very surprised that Peyton and the Colts lost today. Their defense was non-existent, and they just fell apart. I don't think the Chargers looked much better, just luckier, and I think that the Patriots will eat them up next week.
Enough football. Yesterday, Pumpkin and I went out for breakfast with Ilene and Peanut, her daughter. Our hubbies and sons were away camping together, so it seemed right! LOL
Then, Kathy and my nephew J arrived in the afternoon! Yay! We had a nice dinner at the Longhorn Steakhouse together, with my parents. J was so excited to be sleeping at Aunt Dawn's and even got to sleep with Pumpkin, which really thrilled him!
Kathy had a rough night. She couldn't sleep! I felt so bad. She tossed and turned. Her day at school went good though, and she is set to start the last semester taking 2 classes for her Master's! She will have 2 more classes but is taking one in the summer semester, and one in Fall.
The boys trip was a lot of fun! My Hubby, boys, Bob, and DogBoy were in the cabin with the Webelo group that Fuzzy was the Den Chief (mentor). This group is going to bridge over into Boy Scouts in about 3 weeks. Very exciting.
The boys (all of them) had a 5 mile hike on Saturday, and also started preparations for their Metalworking badge. They also split wood on Saturday, and as a good deed, split enough wood for the next several weekends of campers at these cabins.
The big news for tonight is the incoming snow storm!!! PJ's will be worn backward, and the kids are already making plans for their day at home. We will see... Remember, our school year started late due to construction, so the Board of Ed is going to be very, very reluctant to shut school for snow! Of course, the kids are convinced that they will have no choice. 4-7 inches isn't exactly a blizzard, although it will be nice!!!
In other news, my injection site was barely visible yesterday, and today it was gone. No itching or swellling. I am so relieved that it was much better this week.
To those that asked, no, the shots are not having an impact yet on my disease. That usually takes a few weeks, or even months, but I am hopeful still!
Well, back to the game!