Sunday, October 31, 2010
Despite, or perhaps due to the nice weather
the crowd was a bit smaller this day.
I did run into this lovely lady who was sporting
this rather humorous top.
You wanted to know about the game?
IU hung on to beat Arkansas State University.
ASU played a good game.
Now, fast forward to Halloween weekend.
Our tailgate was across the street from the student party.
Those wild and wacky students.
Dressed as an exterminator,
this student was spraying shots of vodka at cars
and other people.
If you watch carefully,
you will see a dancing tree.
An American Sycamore to be exact.
I don't know why the tree is dancing.
And I certainly wasn't brave enough
to venture over to try to find out.
The WWII Flying Fortress was in town for the weekend.
More on that later.
Look what $7 will get you - a water and a Coke®.
So, "GO CATS" is a fitting message.
The announcer invites the crowd to spell along.
The flag carriers had a bit of difficulty on this windy day.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Friday, October 22, 2010
My dear husband had been nominated for
a 33rd degree in Free Masonry.
Now, for you in the know, this is a very big thing.
This an honor among honors.
My husband received his entree of roasted chicken breast
with green beans (the ubiquitous Masonic vegetable)
and red bell pepper.
I had to opt for the vegetarian dish.
Thus, I had ravioli with tomato sauce.
Do you like how they still managed to work
in the green beans?
That, my friends, is dedication to the craft.
The dessert dish was straight from Sam's Club.
Chudleigh’s™ Apple Blossoms to be exact.
They might have even been better if they were warm.
Hey, I call 'em like I see them.
Later that evening,
after rushing back from our Philadelphia tour but before seeing the Liberty Bell,
we arrived in time at the Academy of Music for Vespers.
This is a lovely place.