We’re all prepping for the Steelers game this weekend! Nutmeg’s been sleeping in her Steelers fleecey blanket all this week. She didn’t really like me turning it into a cape for the photo, but she dealt wth it. LOVE her…
So yea! Friday! The week is over! It. Was. SO. BUSY!
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On a different note, I have been in a really good mood today. The snow is beautiful outside… I cleaned the kitchen… had a few wonderful conversations with people today. When I asked Sabrina if she had any crazy plans for the weekend?
I’m going to the gun show
Yeah I said that. I have tickets.
I didn’t go to Dallas last weekend. Instead I drove 1.5 hrs southwest to another suburb of Houston and met some college friends for dinner at Red Lobster…
Yeah, we know how to roll.
… cue the ROFL. Totally miss this girl.
Anyways, since I’m in a good mood – I must include a weekend playlist! There are so many great things about this weekend:
1.) Steelers celebrating/partying Friday – Sunday (literally, everyone is the
city is going nuts)
2.) Not worrying about what to wear for the weekend (Obviously, it has to be
black and gold… or a jersey)
3.) Steelers playing in the AFC championship on Sunday (YEAAAA!!!!)
So wonderful. Let’s get this weekend started with some music!
Nothing’s going to bring us down 🙂
- >weekend playlist (thesqueakbox.wordpress.com)
- >stay toasty! … with a playlist (thesqueakbox.wordpress.com)
***** WARNING *****
The national weather service has issued a falling bird warning for Pittsburgh next Saturday starting at 4:30 and continuing until the end of the fourth quarter.
Falling birds could be heavy at times especially around the Heinz Field area.
Heavy accumulation is likely.