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Football season

Even though Eric isn’t coaching this year (thank you grad school), we still couldn’t miss one if the most perfect games to start the football season.

Eric’s Cincinnati Bengals and my Dallas Cowboys in a rare occasion played each other during a preseason game.

It was a fun date night and a great place for people watching (my favorite past time). In the end, does it really matter who won?!

Maybe to some …Go ‘boys!

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Rep Green and Gold

In a recent Baylor Proud email, they sent us a rap/anthem created by a former Baylor receiver. With the football craze starting on a high school, college and professional level, it’s so much fun to be a fan. {Even if TAMU thinks they’re too good to stay in the Big 12 with most of the state}.

Here’s the “anthem” to get you in the spirit!

\”Wins on Wins (Sic em Bears)\” Freestyle by Baylor Barbee

Baylor Bears – Winnin on Em
Green and Gold – Sic Em Homie
This is our Year, Gotta Get it Homie
Big 12, we movin up it
Spread the Field, Showin em homies
Throw The Deep Ball, “Nice to know ya”
Knockin em all down, we goin bowlin
Bandwagons already started rollin
Magic on Field when We Run that Play
Receivers and the backs that can run for days
Doomsday Defense,  they don’t play
It’s Safe to say, we here to stay
Brand New Year, Huntin on em
Brand New Gear, Stuntin on Em
Horns, Frogs and Owls, Grubbin On em
Movin thru em all like its nothin homie
Bring the A Game, never had a B
Get the whole 6, wont’ settle for three
You takin pride in the interlocking B – U
me 2
Pride in Baylor, Baylor Pride
Speed n Class, they can’t match our stride
Outwork em all, extra miles
Leadership, can’t outsmart Briles
Shine like a star with the lights off
Warriors in Pads with the Nikes on
Highlight reel, where the cameras at?
Show your support, where the banners at?
15 yards for a celebration
Jump into the Stands at baylor nation
Winnin on the road, We hear  em hatin
They can’t come in the Den at Floyd Casey
RG Got Wheels Like a sports car
Presidental – Judge Starr
Big shout out to the baylor line
Gameday, baby, its about that time
60 minutes, maybe more
when the clock strike zero, check the score
Bears Win – says John Morris
Trophy Time, what they got for us?
Y’all working hard? we working harder
Bowl Game last year, goin farther
New Year, New Team
Engine rollin, full head of steam
It’s out there bears, Get it
Sic Em Bears, Sic Em
Tradition Starts, you form the Mold
Let Em Know We Rep Green n Gold

Sic ’em, Baylor football and Baylor Nation!

Weekly Meal Plan 8.1 to 8.7

This week is going to be a scorcher! It was 107 yesterday and it’s only suppose to get hotter…. I didn’t realize we lived in the desert. At least we’re setting some kind of record for it all. Then we can say we’re tough for living through it.

With Eric wrapping up his gig as a bellman and starting 2-a-days with the high school team, this week’s dinners will be hit and miss. Either way, I hope to be able to make something for him to eat whenever he gets home each night.

Monday – Rainy Day Roast, mashed potatoes and green beans

Tuesday – Pasta with meat sauce, side salad

Wednesday – Steak and Blue Salads

Thursday – Leftovers

Friday – Oriental Chicken Slaw, carrots/dip and pita chips

Saturday breakfast – Pop Tarts

Saturday lunch – Sandwiches and chips with fruit

Saturday – babysitting our nephew Egan

Sunday lunch – Lamb burgers with Greek salad

Sunday Dinner – Upside Down Pizza and salad

 

Fall (and football) is almost here…

With 25+ days of 100 degree heat, it is hard to imagine that fall will be here soon. I can’t even imagine I’m starting to think about it yet.

But with school just around the corner, Eric has already started his coaching responsibilities. This week was his first week back and all the plans for the year are consuming his thoughts.

While the summer was a good “break”, I’m not sure what to expect this fall. When he was doing all his scouting reports, games and such last fall, I was busy planning our wedding. What will I keep myself busy with this fall? Now that we’re in the same house, his absense will be intensitfied. HELP!

Any others out there who have spouses who have a “busy season” or go months without having a conversation or meal together on a regular basis?

I’m already starting to make the list in my head of all the fun (and adventurous) things this fall will hold for this “football widow”. Let me know if you want to join me!