Monday, February 08, 2010

Unnecessary Ruffness

So, I was one of about 5 people yesterday who didn't watch the Super Bowl. Instead, we watched the Puppy Bowl.

I wasn't thrilled with the NFL's choice for the half time show. (I won't go into that here. Just Google it.) I'm not a huge football fan anyway. And, after the Janet fiasco, you never really know what is going to pop up. (Excuse the pun.)

Hubs was out of town for the day. So Daughter and I sat in front of the TV, ate chili dogs, Cheetos and Doritos, and watched puppies and kitties play. I'm telling you, it beats pro football any day.

On another note, we are supposed to have more snow this week. Oh, SPRING, wherefore art thou?

How was your weekend??

7 comments:

Carpool Queen said...

My weekend was busy and quasi-productive. We watched the super bowl, and though the half time show was fairly decent, I think it's time to get the geriatrics off the stage and get someone a little more hip - And use a five second delay...

To be on the safe side, I put the kids to bed before it started. They were more interested in the food than the game, so I didn't see any sense in letting them stay up late on a school night.

Hope you ate all the Doritos so they're not still in the house to tempt you.

Susanne said...

My weekend? Well, I watched the superbowl. LOL. And we had company for lunch after church which was really nice. Haven't done that in a while.

The Bug said...

We watched the superbowl (correction, Dr. M watched it while I read blogs & tried to remember to look up during the commercials - which, by the way, blech). I did see Pete Townshend's t-shirt ride up so you could see his belly. All I could think was that he needs to know he's not a twig anymore LOL.

Amy said...

I watched the puppy bowl here and there too...the water bowl cam was my favorite!! Way too cute.

Amy

averagemoreorless said...

Busy weekend! I babysat an ailing MIL, grocery shopped, clean house (a little,) went to church and pretended to be interested in the lameness that passed for alternative tv on a Superbowl night. I didn't even try the puppy bowl. Sounds like maybe we should have.

Roxanne said...

I don't have t.v. at my house. We have A t.v., and a subscription to Netflix, but t.v. doesn't make it to the boonies unless you buy a satellite dish, and we are WAY too cheap for that. BUT, being from Louisiana--born and raised--I had to watch a little of the game. Watched it online--no commercials--didn't come until the last 6 minutes or so of the game. I saw the interception and then the next touchdown that clinched it. Proud of the home state. (for the record--if they had been losing, I wouldn't have watched at all.) :)

Melanie said...

We love football so much that I sold a kidney to get the NFL ticket on Directv;)

We ate and watched football and I was the only one pulling for the Saints at my house. I picked with my heart and not my head. It paid off.

Sounds like a prefectly good day eating hot dogs and chips.

We have about a foot of snow on the ground and we are getting more on Sunday. I want summer to get here!