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Monday, September 07, 2009

Drum Roll, Please!

And there you have it folks, my personal Moon on the Door even outhouse. Sure makes things nicer when we tailgate.

It was a very hot game day on Sat. We won, but Navy almost did. Our team didn't look very impressive. What was impressive to me was the sportsmanship. Often college football lacks sportsmanship. When Navy came out, our fans stood and applauded. The teams ran the field together and stood in silence as each played their song. The teams shook hands before the games. That was a first. I hope Coach Tressel continues that. He's added a lot of class I think to Ohio State University.

Next weeks game is 8 pm, which I'm pleased about. Will make the day shorter; plus it won't be as hot. The noon games are my least favorite of the time slots. We play USC next week, that could be difficult, if we don't play better.

5 comments:

  1. Love the private potty! Also warms my heart to hear about good sportsmanship. Yay for us!

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  2. love the private potty also.
    I also want to thank you for the encouragement to blog. Sometimes a little push is good.
    Take care,
    Hugs
    Therese

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  3. Strangely enough - and I imagine it is strange - we were just having a discussion about bathrooms on Facebook. And here you have a potty. I think I need one of these. LOL

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  4. Loving the potty! And yeah for sportsmanship =)
    And thanks for the advice on the blog. I appreciate it! I managed to relax a bit and get some things off the to do list this weekend. It helps that I don't work full time, so I only need 10-14 hours for work a week (and only one more weekend left of that - yeah!). You asked about mailing things ahead for vacation - we are going to visit with my in-laws at the end of the month. The kids and I will be at their house for 8 days! They don't have much their for the kids, since we don't go often and I'm going without hubby. So we prepacked a big box - we threw in some books/toys, two outfits plus one pajama for each of the kids, and then the beach toys and camera tripod, along with shampoo/conditioner. Basically a few things we can live without before we travel there that will make our time there better and also allow me to travel with less luggage since my husband can't go and it's just me and the three kids to try to deal with luggage (we'll be traveling from Chicago to Boston via train, so 24 hours on a train!!). Since we know on the train we will need a pillow and blanket for each person to sleep, cooler with snacks and things to do, the less stuff to bring for those 8 days we are actually on vacation the fewer things I have to juggle in the train station LOL!

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  5. Awesome! ;) We always had a port-a-potty in our van growing up so we didn't have to stop every 5 minutes on road trips.

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