Did you watch the SuperBowl this past Sunday? We did.
Usually for this day, the Legion would have the game on the big screen, and have a Chili cook off, but of course this year was very different for all us. When at the Legion we don’t usually sit and watch the whole game, we are usually socializing with other people, having the chili judged, etc.
Here’s what happened this year at home: It was just the two of us.
We had picked up our stuff earlier in the week. Before the game started we were planning our snacks. We made up some chicken wings in our new Ninja Foodie compact, (yum, they are tasting better all the time) it comes with a great easy recipe for Chicken Wings which we change ever so slightly.
So, we had Chicken wings, slices of Carrots, and Celery. We also had Nacho Bites from Superstore, if you haven’t tried these yet, you really should they are awesome. Then we had Beef & Cheese Taquitos. Tim made me a virgin Caesar, and made his with Vodka. We pulled out our TV trays, sat down with our snacks (which was also our dinner earlier than usual) and watched the game. It was a good game! We are not usually the people that will sit down and watch a whole football game, as that is not what we do, but this year was of course different.
Half Time came, wow what a showman. We had never heard of “The Weekend” before, but he had a good voice.
It turned out to be a good Sunday, making great snacks together, watching a whole game of Football, just the two of us, not worrying about anything, it was a great day.
Even Though we had fun with just the two of us, we did miss seeing everyone at the Legion, watching the game and tasting the great Chili that everyone would bring. Maybe Next Year!
Welcome to Colleen’s Corner. This is a column meant for fun and some information About myself: I am Colleen Fielding, a Freelance Photographer you often see me on the side of the road or in various places taking photos of different things animals, birds, places, people etc. l have lived in Lumby just over 8 years,you have seen my photos in the newspaper (Lumby Valley Times) and once in awhile in the Vernon Morning Star, and the Lumby Art Gallery. Photography is my passion. Disclaimer: The information on some of my photos that I write about a lot of times come from the Internet or books I research them, hopefully the facts are as close to the truth as I can come.