Sometimes I look at friends' blogs and think, "Man, I wish they'd update..."
That's probably what people are saying about mine. Well, maybe not. Depends on the audience, I suppose. And that's the crazy thing about this bloggin' thing: I'm never quite sure who's reading.
So this weekend has gone by much to fast, but thankfully I still have Sunday left. FRIDAY evening after work Greg and I ate Pizza Hut while we watched MSU play Jacksonville State in the semi-finals of the OVC Tournament. We were cheering for them to win for a couple reasons. One, the Racers are our team. (Well, Kentucky is too, but that's a whole different level.) Two, we wanted to go to Nashville to watch the championship game. After a close game, MSU won.
Then I had to go back to work. My turn to put out Saturday's paper.
SATURDAY we met Michael on our way to Nashville and the three of us headed to the game. But first we stopped in Clarksville so Greg could get his fill of Rafferty's and I could take a quick gander at Hobby Lobby. (That's what a scrapbooking addiction will do to a girl!)
Watching the championship game was fun, especially because Murray beat Samford. The players literally danced afterward in all the celebration that they would be headed to The Big Dance. Oh, and Michael got some good pictures.
Here it is SUNDAY. The church is having a pot luck after the service. (I love pot lucks.) And they Greg and I are going to watch the UK-Florida game on our own personal tape-delay. (Seriously, why play a basketball game at 11 a.m. CT?!) Then the rest of my day will be pretty typical: scrappin', walkin' and watchin' Grey's Anatomy. Or at least that's my plan.
How's that for an update?