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College Game Day

We wrapped up Fall Break by taking the Eli and Ellie to the WKU game.  It was super early at 11:00, but honestly, with the kids schedules, it worked out really well.

We went a little early so that we could enjoy Steamers Sea Food, which is quickly becoming a WKU tradition thanks to the graduate, turned South Carolina resident, who gives back to BGKY through my love!

Eli was 100% into the game and didn't want to leave in the 4th quarter even though we were dominating our longtime rival, MTSU.  Go TOPS!

Ellie, on the other hand, acted every bit of her age.  She caused me to spill a sweet tea then ran my phone battery down watching "Barbie Life in the Dream House."  She also passed the time by dancing in bleachers, taking a potty break every 30 minutes, and eating a bucket of popcorn.  She was good, but it wore me plum out trying to keep her entertained. 

After the game we braved Big Lots and Wal-Mart for a few things we needed.  Back at home, I made calzones for Eric and I and heated pizza for the kids.  We rounded out the day by starting Mission De-Clutter...ugh!!  Ellie's room is looking so much better.  I can't wait to tackle the rest of the house.


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