One of the interesting things about living here is that we are 12 hours ahead of EST in the US, which means our we watched the Super Bowl at 8:30AM on Monday morning. Festivities started at 5AM! We couldn't roll out of bed quite that early, but we did manage to get the kids out of the house by 6AM (all dressed and ready for school). We spent Super Bowl Monday at the Navy Club, starting with a family breakfast...
Shortly after breakfast it was time to take the munchkins to school. Boy 1 got to miss morning classes since he is on the HONOR ROLL this semester.
After dropping the little ones off at school, I had to head over to the Dawg House to volunteer (dang it, my volunteer day is Monday & my boy wasn't even at school!) so I missed the first half of the game, but no worries, I made it back to the Navy Club by half time (10AM) and the Bloody Mary's, chicken wings and beer were flowing!
Maybe next year we will have a Monday morning 'after' party!
I forgot to mention, in Korea Super Bowl Monday is a 'holiday'!
Proud Army wife and mother to 4 wonderful children. I love to cook, travel, work out and scrapbook life’s adventures when I find the time. We just got orders & are heading back to the states in March 2010. I'm bummed that our time has been cut short, but proud of Hubby for the reason why.
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