Sunday, February 04, 2007
the yuks, day 9, and the super bowl
Our three year old did come down with the stomach virus so it has gone through our entire family except me. I seem to have a very mild case (thank you Lord) and only feel a little under the weather. We have a beautiful day here in Southern California. The temperature is suppose to reach 80 today so I have all the windows open airing out the house hoping any lingering germs will just fly away. All the sheets have been changed, bathrooms sanitized (for the umpteenth time), and hand washing is at its maximum capacity. I am praying that all of this will have this fun little bugger hopping away and not ever ever returning (hey, a mom can hope.).

The older kids are excited for the Super Bowl this afternoon, and young ens are excited for the food that comes with the Super Bowl. We are having lil smokies wrapped in bacon, little pizza's, sushi (hubby's favorite, I think it's yukky), deviled eggs,veggie and fruit platters, and various chips with cheese and ranch dip. I am making a big pot of chili and some cornbread for after the game. Should be lots of family fun which will be a nice reprieve from everyone feeling so yukky the last week or so.

I am wishing you all a fun Super Bowl with your families also. What are you serving, are you making anything special? Please tell me, I am always looking for new recipes and ideas. Do any of you actually get out of watching the Super Bowl? Hope to hear from you.

Blessings,
Julie

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At 12:39 PM, Blogger Heidi said...

Hi Julie. Sorry to hear your family is going through sickness too. It seems like "all the kids" around here have been sick with either pink eye, or the "yucks" as you said. Luckily, we've dodged the sickness so far.

As for the super bowl, we go to a party, not host one, so we don't make the food. But we expect to eat bacon wrapped lil' smokies, some sort of meatball in the crockpot (I heard it was teryaki this year), many chips, much dip, and possibly something healthy in there.

I will watch the game, I'm not a huge fan of football, but I don't hate it either. I know all the rules etc having grown up in a football family. However, we usually focus on the commercials. And it's harder to actually watch now that there are tons of kids present.

Good questions! Hope all is well!

 

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