Friday - I was able to leave work right after the kids did (yay for a short week coming up and less prep!) and went on a 3 mile run (which was a HUGE milestone for me!). Then it was dinner at home with Matt, catching up on some of our shows, and then me falling asleep early #tiredteacher.
Saturday - It was a rainy day and while staying at home doing nothing sounded so nice we decided to head to Waco for the Baylor game. There may or may not have been motivation of the Harvest Cyclone at Katie's Custard + the fact that we already had tickets ;)
Our first stop in town was at Vitek's, our traditional game day spot (and plenty others too as it has gotten super popular since we graduated!). Matt's favorite meal of all time may be their famous Gut Pak (bbq, beans, fritos, jalapenos, & cheese). He enjoyed his Gut Pak while I had a sausage sandwich.
Then we headed to get my favorite fall dessert at Katie's Custard. Their Harvest Cyclone is a piece of pumpkin pie mixed with their vanilla custard. Yep, it's as amazing as it sounds ;)
Once our bellies were happy we geared up for the rainy game. We ran into some friends on our way into the stadium & then found our seats which happened to be in the upper section under the awning which was perfect for the rainy game! We were thankful to stay dry the whole time (well, except for the walk back to the car!).
As much as I love the new stadium I get a tad emotional when they play the video showing all the previous stadiums including good ol Floyd Casey. Oh college memories!
It was a good game -- lots of fun touchdowns for us but also some crazy calls that kept the game interesting. And being good Baylor fans we were a wee bit disappointed we didn't win by more but thankful for a win regardless ;) (It is fun to be a fan these days after being loyal fans during the not so good days!)
Sunday - Since we got in really late from Waco we slept in & had coffee at home. It was a nice morning at home before going to get lunch at Chipotle (and sitting outside to enjoy the great weather!) before running to pick up some groceries. Then we came home to watch the first two Hunger Game movies (we are planning on seeing the third movie this week). Dad was driving back from Oklahoma to pick up Elizabeth from the airport so he stopped in to watch part of the movies with us & part of the Cowboys and have dinner before he had to leave. It was a great way to end a fun yet laid back weekend!
Now onto our two day work week before we begin our Thanksgiving break!