Monday, October 13, 2008

Go Bucks, Go Away Bugs

This weekend started out great...got to hang out with SPH Friday night, ate dinner on our back porch, all was well.

Saturday AM we popped the boys in the bike chariot and rode to campus to check out all the tailgating before the OSU-Purdue football game. R and I were thrilled to run into one of the most famous OSU fans, Buck I. Guy:Then we also checked out the Brutus (OSU's beloved mascot) on Parade display.

We went to lunch, came home, did naps, and then the cold R brought home from preschool on Wednesday hit SPH and I like a ton of bricks. We are managing, but just as R is starting to get his energy back (read: bouncing off the walls from days of lounging around the house), we are tag teaming the boys to get our rest.

I have meals planned for this week, but we'll see how things play out with this bug. If all goes well, we'll have:

Olive Bar Fish
Grilled Turkey Burgers, Sweet Potato Fries, Asparagus
Mexicali Pie (a new recipe we're trying per R's request)
Ribs, Rice and Bean Salad, Corn Casserole

Hope you all are well...and avoid those cold bugs circulating out there, there seems to be a lot going around!

Happy Columbus Day from your favorite Columbus blogger,
SPC

4 comments:

Live.Love.Eat said...

Go Bucks!!!!! Have I ever told you my husband is from Ohio and a huge Buckeye fan? Anyhoo, great pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am just in the middle of posting about someone's Golden Chili I made this weekend which was nothing short of amazing!!!!

fearlesschef said...

Yay for the Bucks! I just read one of the *many* books for kids about Brutus to the little boys that I babysit 7 times. It was amazing!

I hope that you feel better soon... I am anxious to see how you make your Mexicali pie!

Tabitha Blue said...

Hope everyone gets past this and feels better soon! Maybe some of that yummy food you've got planned with help!

Deep in the Heart said...

Isn't it crazy how the grown ups seem to be hit so much harder when it's their turn for the crud?

Congrats on the game. My dad was sad, but resigned to his fate.

Call me this week if travel plans are a little more settled.