and did you know that high school football is really intense? like, really serious and really important. please don't detect any sarcasm, because i'm being dead serious. my husband watches hours of film every week, goes to tons of games to scout future opponents, and lives and breathes football from august through december. luckily, i wasn't surprised with this when we got married. he played high school football, [remember, we've basically dated since infancy] and it was just as intense back then.
soooo... it has officially started. tomorrow is the first scrimmage. tonight, they scout. so i'm all alone tonight. put the baby to sleep, make sure the house is clean [enough], and then i have the evening all to myself. i love it! my plans?
1. read more of this book:
it is really, really good. if you're looking for something new to read, get it. i really like her perspective, because it's so much like mine- grew up in a Christian home, in a Christian school, etc. so many things she describes in the book, that she struggled with, were the same for me too.
2. make more of these:
some for tessa, some for my hubby's cousin's brand new [identical] twin girls, and some for my niece who just started kindergarten and needs some cute headbands to match those uniforms. oh, and some to sell...
3. watch my darling hubby on the local news tonight, as they interview the coach of the year about his upcoming season :) he's used to the cameras by now. they had him in the studio several times during the awesome season he was having last year. so it's old by now. second nature, you know? ;)
what are you up to tonight?
** in the interest of full disclosure and being honest, i found out [after i had drafted this post] that i have a baby shower to attend [never got the evite, sometimes that happens to me for some reason]... so i'll be doing all of this AFTER i go to that.