I'm going to try to get this done before anybody has a chance to sidetrack me today - yesterday I didn't get a chance to blog until almost 10:30 pm! I'm usually in bed by then, but we had gone to the UNC - SC State basketball game - Go Tarheels! We didn't get home until after 10. The game was so much fun! Carolina won, scoring more than 100 points, which means that I can take my ticket to Bojangles today and get 2 sausage biscuits for $1.00 - what a deal!
Randy was able to get tickets (great tickets, too! not up in the nose-bleeder seats!), so even though I still have stuff to do to get ready for tomorrow, how could I pass up a chance to see the Tarheels play basketball?? He bought season tickets to football this year. I'm not sure why - our son, Matt graduated in May, and we never had season tickets while he was going to UNC - but he had a chance to get a pair of decent seats so he did. I'm a huge basketball fan, but I'm not big on football. I don't know "offsides" from my backside, so I usually don't know what's going on. I just cheer when our score goes up, boo when theirs does, and ask a lot of dumb questions about what the ref is saying.The game this Saturday is against Duke, our major enemy, I mean, rival. As much as I would love to see this game, I am hoping that Matt will want to go. Because it's supposed to be really cold Saturday. I don't even like football. Why would I want to freeze my offsides off to watch it? even if we ARE going to beat Duke's offsides?