Sunday, November 30, 2008

Happy Sunday!

A view out the window from our little NY ski vaca!

I do love Sunday's, I mean, come 7pm and the tick tick tick of 60 Minutes makes me unlike Sunday's. Side note: the ticking reminds me of having to go to my room and finish my homework. But Sunday's mean football and football means being cozy in your house rooting on your favorite team and hopefully some good cooking in the oven. So that brings me to what to make? If I had leftover turkey I would make a big pot of soup!

We had a wonderful trip, Music Guy has family that have a house in Ellicottville so for those asking that is why we were there! What a fun ski town, I wish we lived closer as I could spend all winter there! A guy I work with said it is the "Cape Cod" for Buffalo residents.

So MG just said Ebay (paypal) is offering 10% off, damn! And Pottery Barn is offering 20% just for today, I really think with our gift cards and the discount today is the day we get our wine bar. Wish the other party in our house agreed! (no pun!)

As you can tell this post is a bunch of random thoughts, sometimes needed for a Sunday afternoon!

I do want to thank you all for making my trip to and from NY joyful as i read blogs on my phone a good part of the way. The drive there I drove most of the way and the way home I didn't drive at all. The last hour was bummer to bummer on the Mass Pike, and an accident didn't help matters when we got to the Weston Tolls.

Looking forward to a good Pats vs. Steelers game today! GO Pats!!!! And Green Bay, please don't lose!


Nina Diane said...

I am making turkey soup today with the's raining here in Virginia, dark and overcast so perfect day for football and soup!
glad ya'll had fun....wish we had some snow.

Donna said...

Glad you got home safely, Kimba! Sounds like you had an amazing time!

stepht said...

It is the BEST town... did you ski Holiday Valley or Holimont?

TV said...

I'm with ya on the Sundays - it's my favorite day of the week. The little ski vacay looks like it was a lot of fun.