First of all, if you weren’t watching the Iron Bowl Saturday, you were just wrong. Although I’m still a little under the weather, you better believe I was running around screaming like a mad woman (or really eager Auburn fan) when this happened. There are not many games that I would watch again on ESPN classic, but I could watch this one over and over. SEC CHAMPIONSHIP Y’ALL.
It was all things Christmas around here this weekend. Wednesday, I only worked a half day so Sam and I decorated for Christmas.
Thursday, we had Thanksgiving with my family at Grandmommy’s. Afterwards, we decorated her sweet little tree and headed over to our house to watch the Egg Bowl.
Friday, we headed to Memphis and I FINALLY got to see this girl for the first time since she’s been preggers! I cannot wait for baby F to get here.
Saturday, we had Thanksgiving with the Moody’s! No pics, but it was full of yummy food (and a bundt cake disaster from yours truly), hanging out, and celebrating an Auburn win!!! I mean, I can’t even. Happy Monday and War Eagle!
Happy happy Monday! I have such a full heart after seeing family this weekend! Friday, I got to watch my first Okolona basketball game (and victory!).
Saturday, we made french toast and headed to Memphis to see fam! We watched football and ate delicious food with my in-laws. We had the best kind of Sunday morning, full of pancakes, chatting, and piddling around before heading to the church house.
Yesterday afternoon, we got to spend time with my fam and help decorate the tree! The Memphis stint ended with a giant plate of Germantown Commissary BBQ nachos, naturally.
Also, Iron Bowl in 5 days!!!! Go Auburn Go!
This weekend was our inaugural surprise weekend! A couple of months ago, Sam had this great idea to designate two weekends out of the year-one fall/winter and one spring/summer-for a weekend getaway. Rules include a pre-set budget and you can’t tell the person where you are going until you’re in the car. I got this fall, and Sam will get to plan this spring/summer. Then we switch-Sam will get to do fall/winter 2014 so we both get a chance to plan different seasons. I went to Auburn and Sam went to UT Knoxville, so I knew we had to go when I saw that we played each other November 9. We drove to Nashville Friday to stay with Leah and Allen. Time with them makes me so happy.
Then we woke up bright and early to head to Knoxville. We scalped some tickets and cheered on our teams (I had a lot more to cheer about). After, we got to tailgate with Julie and Jeff, our friends who introduced us! Then we hung out with our almost married friends Ethan and Kato. Time with friends is seriously the best. I had so much belly laughter this weekend-that’s when you know that it’s been a good one.
Knoxville is so pretty in the fall!! It was very crisp at the game. Maybe a little too crisp. I had to bum a sweatshirt from Ethan so I didn’t turn into a popsicle. This is our best attempt to capture the river and the color-changing trees (it was super sunny).
Also, look what came in the mail!!!! It was such a wonderful weekend. So thankful for all the friends we got to see and for the Auburn win-war eagle!
Here are some links the caught my eye this past week:
Life improvement tips from Tom Haverford are always welcome.
First runner with Down Syndrome finishes NYC marathon. What an athlete and a hero! Such an aspiring story.
No Shave November, Disney-style.
Talk about seizing the moment! This is the best Dance Cam Video I’ve ever seen!
Happy happy Monday!
Happy Monday! Here are some things that caught my eye this weekend:
- AUBURN Y’ALL
- Ummm let’s talk about how cute Kate is-this is unreal. Only she could look like this.
- Now, I am NOT a fan of Miley. I think she’s cray cray. However, these two videos were an interesting twist to actually make her songs kid, and let’s be real, human-friendly to watch. Watch how Mumford and Fallon make Miley a little bit better here and here.
- This is my life.
It’s freezing here (41˚!!!!). With space heater at my feet and coffee in my hand, I’m off to cozy up and study for the rest of the day.