Tuesday, January 1, 2008

On the eighth day of Christmas...

...my true love gave to me, a victory for Tennessee. Way to go Vols! I do have to say that Wisconsin was an opponent I can respect. Their team played with dignity, and their quarterback was amazing. He took three hits that would have knocked many a QB out of the game, AND he injured his knee and hand. He played almost the whole game after that! That's one tough guy.

And in other news, it seems I am taking an unannounced blogging break during the twelve days of Christmas. While the rest of you are packing up your trees, we Anglicans and other liturgical types are still reveling in the feast. My kids even get a little present for each of the twelve days. We are enjoying my husband's extended time off and good time with family here and in Tennessee. Aren't you jealous? I hope your holidays were wonderful, too.

I'll be back after Epiphany. Calvin starts Chinese preschool on Thursday, so I am sure that we will have lots of fun stories, not to mention more time for blogging while he is at school!

Happy New Year to all!

5 comments:

Rising Rainbow said...

Geez, I even know when the Epiphany is! I'm not the heathen I thought. I hope your family enjoyed their holidays.

Rachel said...

glad you checked in... and super glad you're enjoying the feast!

Mark Horner said...

You, an Anglican? Yowzahs.

TwoSquareMeals said...

Yep! I've been an Anglican for several years, Mark. Not of the Episcopal type, though.

melissa said...

I'm Lutheran so I do the liturgical thing, too.

This year it's driving my music minister insane because there's only three weeks of Epiphany before Lent. Aaack!

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your vacation.