Monday, September 19, 2011

Lazy weekend turns very exciting Monday!

Do you enjoy lazy weekends?  I love a good, lazy Saturday & Sunday.  David, on the other hand, prefers being busy and productive all seven days of the week, with the occasional Saturday or Sunday (never both) to pause and catch up on his reading.  This weekend, however, we stayed close to home the entire two days.  We acted like vegetables, laid like broccoli. 

In any event, this was a particularly good weekend to be at home.  While I could not care less about American football, there was a particularly interesting game being broadcast on Europe's ESPN America network.  Our undergraduate Alma Mater played their bitter rival, the University of Florida, in the Swamp.  The University of Tennessee lost, which is never any fun, but it was pretty cool for me and David to see the Vols on TV in Vienna. 


During the game, I started a new cross stitch project.

Saturday night, we made another tasty dish from Mollie Katzen's healthful vegetarian book, The New Moosewood Cookbook.  Her Broccoli Noodle Casserole is perfect for Vienna's chilly fall.

And Sunday, we cleaned, cleaned, cleaned,... 

... because we have two very special visitors arriving in Wien today!  My mom and sister land at 5:35pm tonight!  Ahhhhhhh!

1 comment:

Lydia @ See Beautiful said...

AAAHHHH!!! Did you see Andrew-san at the game? What are you cross stitching? Didn't you love cleaning the floor boards???? Family will be there SO soon! It's going to be an amazing fun-filled time. Ich liebe dich!

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