Monday, February 4, 2008

The Big Game & Stuff

I watched the SuperBowl on and off last night. The commercials were great. My favorite was the the one for etrader.com (I think) with the baby who had enough "coin" to buy himself a clown. I laughed so hard at that one! Anyone else have any favorites?

What a great game! It has got to be inspiration to everyone out there that you CAN NOT give up, no matter what you're up against. With all the cheating and bad sportsmanship, it would have been awful for the Patriots to win. Yet, it looked like the Giants didn't stand a chance. I'm so happy for them. I'm not even a Giants fan and I'm so glad they won. It is a sermon in the making of David vs. Goliath!

During the game I played cards with the girls and then we played Apples to Apples (so fun!) as a family including Aunt and Uncle Extreme Kitchen Makeover, who were here to celebrate The Husband's birthday. It was the first year I didn't plan some kind of crazy party for The Husband, but we just felt like a quiet night at home playing games and watching the SuperBowl just seemed like a good choice this year. And, it was very peaceful. Perhaps, it felt like such a treat to be home, because we run all over the place the rest of the week!

6 comments:

TCC said...

If I recall correctly your husband said that he liked the Patriots as much as a root canal without novacaine! Glad that he didn't have to endure that kind of pain. :)

Livin' Life said...

Oh my word!!!! You changed your look. Sorry I didn't even read your post yet I was just overtaken by your beautiful new design. WOW!!!!!

Livin' Life said...

OK so I got over the shock of your new design and did read you post. We watched the game too. I was rooting for the Giants only because I did not like the color blue the patriots had on their jerseys. Not a good color.

On Fire For Jesus said...

Whoo wee! I like the new look!

Thrills said...

I love the new look!

Melissa said...

Thank you for your compliments on my new design. I like it so much, too, that I just click on it and stare at it as if I don't have 10,000 other things to do!