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Draft Time

Saturday, April 27, 2013

I've enjoyed watching the NFL Draft. Don't know most of the players taken so far but it is interesting that the glamour positions are not the ones being taken in the 1st and 2nd round.

Then there is tennis - the men are in Spain & Romania and the women are in Germany.
Then there will be the Penn Relays today. In between all of this I will have to chauffeur my son to soccer and then to his school's fair.

Put a lamb in a slow cooker and I have a chicken breast to cook. So that is on the menu for today and probably tomorrow. Think I'll cook some pasta in a white sauce to go with the chicken and couscous to go with the lamb. I cooked a package of broccoli so that will go with both.

Don't think I'll exercise today. Maybe Sunday morning I'll do something.

Have a Great Day, Friends.
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    Attended live draft event hosted by Chicago Bears several years ago. Assistant coaches and players gave talks and free autographs...along with the giant buffet and open bar, it was one super day with hubby. Since he has since passed, watching the draft is a bittersweet event...but one I never miss. How can you not get goosebumps watching so many young adults' dreams come true.
    1879 days ago
    Sounds like a busy day. I don't know why I don't fix lamb more often as we do like it. never did it in crock pot.Always bake it.
    1879 days ago
    Sounds like you have the day well in hand. I'm a sports fan too. DH says I'd watch arm wrestling if it were televised - a bit of an exagerration, but not too much.
    1879 days ago
    Know what you mean about the draft. While we are not high fans of pro ball, we do love college football and love to see where players end up, especially Clemson, Nebraska, and Penn State, places where our sons graduated from! emoticon
    1880 days ago
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