Monday, November 19, 2007


Wow, time flies. It's been a while since I blogged, huh? You'd think I would be blogging all the time, since football is over and I have so much more time on my hands.

By the way, we lost the championship game. 6-0. But the boys played their hearts out. I couldn't be prouder of them. And Jacob "mascotted his butt off" as he puts it.

Here are my boys after the game:

Now we're getting ready for Thanksgiving. I have to give Aimee a big "ditto" on the skipping Thanksgiving thing. ( I mean seriously, can we not pause to say "Thanks" just for a moment?

Things I'm thankful for?

My sons are healthy and happy and ornery.
My family-some more than others. ;)
I have a job.
I have a home.

What are you thankful for?

Friday, November 9, 2007

Best Birthday Ever!

We are going to the Championship!!

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, after an amazing 8 (count 'em, 8) post season games in 10 days, we are going to the championship!

We go into the game 7-1 in post season play, and we are FIRED UP! What a great way to spend my birthday, watching my boys wallop both Owasso AND Broken Arrow! Booyah!

Who Are We?? INDIANS!!!!

Good luck, boys!

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Halloween Party - Part 2

So after 3 days of cleaning, cooking, decorating, the big day was last Sunday. And let me tell you, I know how to throw a party. Everyone had a blast! And everyone was duly impressed with the goodies.

Eyeball & Mummy Cupcakes:

Witch's Cauldron Cupcakes:

Graveyard Cupcakes:

And (my personal favorite) Caramel/Chocolate Covered Apples:

We had about 23 kids at the house, and up to 11 or 12 parents at a time. Look, my house just isn't that big. And these aren't just any kids. They're football players. Rowdy, rambunctious, competitive football players. Oy!

And other than the mud on the carpet (still don't know when I'll be able to get the carpets shampooed), and one broken decoration (a borrowed one, at that) we came through it relatively unscathed.

And jumped right back into football. I'll post about post season later.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Since When Do Boys Dance?

I mean really. 3rd grade boys. 20 of them. Cha-cha slide. Weird.

More on this, and the rest of the Halloween party soon, I promise.
Here is the spread we had. Nice, huh? I'll post more pics soon, too.