Sunday was a less happy day as Xander had stayed up late and was really in a mood. However, a nap rectified that and we all spent the evening watching the Super Bowl. It was a close game so that was good but there were an obscene number of penalties that really shouldn't occur when you're supposed to be two of the best professional teams around. Oh well, what can you do? I'm rather indifferent to who won this year so it was all good.
Now, I am back at work. It's getting busy because February is now upon us. This starts the tax season off and running. Hopefully things don't get too crazy too fast! Here are my last few days of pictures:
This is what we had for supper Friday night - bacon and eggs. I make the eggs scrambled and add Cheez Whiz in. It is really, really yummy. It is also one of the few meals that my entire family loves. I made eight eggs, thinking that should be lots for 2 adults and 2 toddlers but we could have used a couple more, I think!
These are our symphony tickets from Saturday night. Oh how I miss the music. Sometimes I wish I still took violin lessons but I have no idea when I'd ever practice. I need to dig my piano out again and sit down at it. That I can at least pick up again with a little bit of practice!
I have made it through a whole month of a picture a day - yay! I'm excited I've gotten this far. It's been really fun. This here is Super Bowl Sunday. February 1st. This is what I call Super Bowl Supper. We've done it the last couple of years where we just pick up some appetizers (and this year pizza) from the grocery store and eat supper in the basement. It's actually a lot of fun.
I saw this on my drive to work today and it was so beautiful. Jason tells me this is the oil refinery but it's amazing how, in the cold and the sunrise, the stuff pouring out of a refinery can look so beautiful. I drove facing this and the picture is actually taken from the back parking lot of my office building. I just wonder at how beauty can be found anywhere!
That is the end of my weekend (and start of my week). Work promises to keep me busy for a couple of days, so...
Until next time...