Monday, January 25, 2010

The weekend.

Good morning, it is Monday.

You might be wondering what we did this weekend? A lot and a little. Friday we all went out to the movies. Saw Planet 51. It's cute. I don't know if we will go see a movie this weekend, looks like we have seen most of the kid friendly movies at the $3.00 theatre.

Saturday Lillian was scheduled to go to a birthday party/sleepover at a friend's house, unfortunately she has had this juicy cough and she had to stay home. She was totally bummed out for awhile, but she ended up having a fine day at home.

Hansen did not have any plans other than just to play outside some, play inside some, and do next to nothing the entire weekend...not a bad weekend either.

Saturday also brought Preston's soccer game. Tough loss for the team. They had many great shots on goal, but the cross bar kept deflecting the ball the wrong way! So they are out of the State Cup and getting ready for the spring league. Their game was at Lower Woodland Park Fields so after I dropped the kids off (three players and a coach all carpooled with me) for warm-ups, I walked around Green Lake. Crazy crowded Green Lake was! Tons of walkers, runners, bikers, skaters, and even a few in the water.

Yesterday after Church, was hang out and watch Football. I would have like to see the Jets win their game, but they probably did as good as they could. I am happy the Saints won their game against the crazy a game was that? I am a Brett Farve fan, I wish he had not thrown that interception at the end of regulation...he could have just ran out of bounds, given his kicker a 50 yard chance to win, the game would have gone into overtime and the results would have been the same anyhow.

See you tomorrow.


sussah said...

That's very compassionate of you, and I am sorry that Bret Favre has been hurt, but down here we are all completely thrilled about the Saints going to the Superbowl. Johnny watched every moment of the 4 hours and agonized on every nuance of excrutiating unjustices, but how nervewracking to come right down to a field goal kick in overtime. Between the bliss, the overstimulation, and the fireworks, it was pretty hard to get any sleep, even up here in Gentilly. They say that in the French Quarter, it never stopped, they were still celebrating when the sun came up. Love, susanna

Julian's Blog said...

I sure hope the Saints win the Superbowl!!!

Anonymous said...

I hope Lilly's cold gets better soon! Grandpa wanted the Vikings to win because he's friends with someone who used to play on the Vikings - Robert Smith.