We had a lot of fun watching the Superbowl last night. The game was riveting. Unlike years in the past where we would watch a bit and then do other things and come back for the commercials and halftime show, we watched every minute of it. I did manage to get some knitting done but for the most part we sat glued to the tv. I do wish the Patriots had managed to win, but my hat's off to the NY Giants... it was an awesome game and they totally deserve that win.
At one point Maddy started talking during a commercial and her father and I both said "Shhh Maddy the commercials are on". She looked at us like we were insane and said "wait wut?" I told her, "its the superbowl... if you gotta talk... do it during the game but please be quiet for the commercials" and she just laughed.
Personally I enjoyed the halftime show, although the reviews seemed to be mixed. It was filled with pageantry, old and new artists alike (forgive me Madonna for calling you old) *grins* dancing and familiar songs.
We had lots of yummy food, most of which the husband had prepared while I was at work. He is such a good egg, I might keep him for a bit longer. *wink*
All in all we had a very good time.
This morning we got him all packed up for another week at his job. Its been tough with him living up there during the week and only coming home on the weekends, but we are managing. We are both so grateful he was able to find this job. He seems to be enjoying his co-workers, and the job is a nice challenge which is always a good thing. He says he is meeting some really nice people and he has even found some co-workers with kids Maddy's age, and has found at least 2 that will be Sophomores with her next year at MCI. Its going to be a challenge to help her adjust and fit in at the new school and yet help her keep her ties at the old one but we are going to try our best. Its only an hour away and with FB, Twitter, texting etc she will never be too far from her friends at all.
My job is going well and I have made some nice friends there. I am not sure how feasible it would be to continue working in the Augusta store after we move but I would sure like to try. Even if its only a couple of really long shifts a week, as it wouldn't make any sense to drive 45 minutes to work for a 4 hour shift. Oh well... we will cross that bridge when we get to it.
In regards to my crafting, I still have some work to do on Jericho's blanket, and my sister has given me a cross-stitch bib to work on for her. She will be coming over sometime this week with her sewing machine in order for us to sew the backing and binding on the baby quilt she made. I can't wait to see how its going to turn out.
Guess thats all for now. Hopefully I will get at least one more post in before March. lol