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SuperBowl Sunday

This was a fun filled weekend with all the preparing for the Super Bowl!! Now, I'm not a football fan, although I am considering picking a team and being more involved next year :)  It was fun watching the game!!

This was a great way to spend time as a family, my kids were actually sitting with us and not locked up in their rooms, so it made it that much better! My daughter's favorite part was when the Black Eyed Peas came out to sing, now I know they got bad reviews, but I honestly don't care.  We are all big fans of Fergie and the Black Eyed Peas and we loved their show!

The only thing that was a bit of a fail was the food!  I was avoiding cooking (regretting it now) so we ordered take out from Chili's restaurant.  We used to eat there all the time, but they stopped making the Chicken tacos I loved, so we haven't been going as much.  Now we decided to order Quesadillas for each of us and the Triple Decker appetizer with the Big Mouth bites, cheese sticks and the spinach & artichoke dip with chips.  The quesadillas were loaded up with jalapenos, OMG!! They were so spicy, I cleaned it out--LOL, took out all onions & jalapenos, and was able to eat mine.  My husband did the same thing and ate his.  My son, on the other hand, wasn't so lucky.  His were a bit more spicy & he really couldn't take it!! So, he ate 1 of the 2 big mouth bite burgers and some cheese sticks! My daughter was good, hers were just cheese so she really enjoyed her food!! So now I know that quesadillas from chili's are a no-no for us :( what a shame!

It was a good weekend, but now its back to the norm!  Kids are back in school and I'm back to cleaning house and looking for a job.  I'm also trying to finish my book Naturally Thin by Bethanny Frankel, I'm halfway through.

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