I almost made it through this pregnancy without getting sick. Too bad my luck isn't that great. I'm suffering from a yucky head cold. As if sleeping right now wasn't hard enough :(
To kick off the Christmas season Matt and I went to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra in concert with some friends. What a fun show! They played for over 2 hours. Lots of rockin' guitar and head-banging violin playing. If you have the chance to see them you should.
We hosted Thanksgiving dinner at our house this year. I think our total attendance was 15. We had 2 turkeys a ham and a million delicious side dishes (thank you to everybody that brought all the yummy food!). I think the most intriguing dish was the deep fried turkey. It was the best tasting turkey ever! This is Phil carving the beast. One of the best parts was that it only took 30 min to cook! It took a lot of prep, but totally worth it.
I've been trying to keep my HUGE ankles covered these days and church is a hard place to keep them covered (most (well, all) of my boots won't fit). So, I remembered my cowboy boots and remembered them being kinda roomy... I tried to put them on, but even they wouldn't fit :( sad! I can't wait to get my feet back!
These old VW tires have been sitting in our driveway for quite some time. I wonder if they'll ever find a new home?
Miami-Homestead. Last race of the season. Timothy Peters in front with a green-white-checker. He finished in 4th (because of old tires), but not a bad way to wrap up the 2009 racing season.
Little Eli is here! 2 days old today. I just have to say that my friend Angie is a rockstar!!! She went to her son's football game in the morning, ate a nice lunch with her fam, had an evening walk with her hubby, then went to the hospital and had her sweet little boy 2 and 1/2 hours later. She's my hero! I want a delivery like that.