Be sure and hop on over to The Un Mom, she's serving my favorite food--eclectic.
So...my buddy Brian from Life of Brian posted a link on Facebook and it has changed my life. Seriously, I am a chicken wing
Whew! I'm out of breath from all that link hopping, but I like to give credit where credit is due. My favorite place for wings is Bully's in Reno, NV. Luckily, they are close enough to get a fix now and then and just far enough away to ONLY get a fix now and then. Unluckily, there is a Wing Stop 5 minutes from me.
Wow, I think that last paragraph made me an official link whore. Yeah, yeah, I 've been called a whore before, don't feign shock and surprise. It's unbecoming.
Last week, I spiked the ball, slapped my knees together a few times and did the stanky leg dance (look closely and you can spot my daughter in the video) in celebration of my win in Fantasy Football. Alas, as I predicted, MadMom slaughtered me this week and she did it without a full team! Congrats to MadMom on her win. I also want to thank Momspective for starting and managing our league. Julie you totally RAWK! I am really enjoying my first taste of FF and am excited about the playoffs.
"Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, please put a penny in the old man's hat". Actually, my favorite holiday is Thanksgiving, but for the first time that I can ever remember, we are beginning to decorate for Christmas before Thanksgiving. My daughter AB loves Christmas, and this is her last Christmas home before she's off to college so I thought we'd make it extra festive this year. I must confess though, my favorite Christmas carol is "Grandma Got Ran Over By a Reindeer". If I don't hear it during Christmas season, I'm seriously bummed. Christmas is usually really relaxed at our house. We take the minimalist approach and I have to tell you, it's well worth the peace of mind through the holidays.
For those of you who "play Santa" for your kids, here is a quick easy way to provide a little extra excitement on Christmas morning. This works best on carpet, but will work on other floor types too; with a little more cleanup effort involved. Make a very simple paper or cardboard cutout (an empty cereal box works really well) of the bottom outline of a boot. If you have a boot, just trace around it but if not, just free-hand it. It will be fine--be sure and make it adult size. Take the cutout shape and place it on the floor, then sprinkle a thin line of baking soda around the cutout. When you lift the cutout, a white boot imprint will be on the floor. Do this repeatedly (to make it look like footprints) in a trail between Santa's "point of entry" and the "cookie plate". Of course, you want to wait and do this after your children have gone to bed Christmas Eve so that when they wake up on Christmas, they will find Santa's "boot prints". This has the added bonus of freshening your carpet when you vacuum the baking soda and it's nontoxic. My kids really dug this when they were little.
So now, I'm off to "haul out the holly, put up the tree before my spirit falls again, fill up the stockings, I may be rushing things but deck the halls again now"