Monday, June 14, 2010

Honey, is that the World Cup or a Hitchcock Movie?

Well, I cooked and ate the shrimp. They were tasty, not guilt-free, mind you, but tasty. Sometimes a girl has to give up her shrimp convictions for the sake of hospitality. The luau party was great- food was good and the company was even better.

After wrapping up that party, we moved on to another one, our daughter's birthday party. This time I didn't have to make any craft kits, so it was fairly easy. We rented a place that does birthday parties and all I had to do was show up with the food.

Is this what it's like for the Hollywood moms? I had only done the rent-the-spot type party one other time. I must say, it is delightful. I do enjoy hosting kids' party at my house, but it was nice and relaxing to have it somewhere else.

Tonight Daughter and Hubs watched a World Cup game they had recorded on the DVR. I bought Hubs a Jersey with his name on the back for the last World Cup. Daughter has an old jersey from playing on a team several years ago. So now they sit on the sofa together cheering on the players and making commentaries about yellow cards and other terms I don't even pretend to understand. It is precious.

However, I would like to say, for the record, that the South African horn the spectators play in the stands is quite annoying. Pardon the pun, but it is all the buzz on the Internet. It sounds exactly like a hive of bees hovering over the stadium.

So tomorrow I may order Hubs a matching pair of royal blue ear plugs to match his jersey. Or maybe a pair just for me. I wonder if they come in petal pink...


Ashlee said...

They make ear plugs in every color you can think of now days, girlie. Go for it!

Susanne said...

I thought I heard something about banning some kind of horn. Anything that remotely sounds like a swarm of bees coming would make my skin crawl, so I vote ban them!

T with Honey said...

The buzzing is annoying but there is one time when I go running for the remote to mute the TV - while they play the national anthems before the game. Why are the broadcasters zooming in on the players singing? Why?! I love watching Ronaldo's fancy footwork with the ball but I don't want to hear him sing thankyouverymuch!