Monday, February 04, 2008

Did anyone say party?

Maybe you watched the Superbowl, maybe not. I did. Maybe you're a football fan, maybe you're not. I'm not. But I did go to a Superbowl party and didn't think I cared who won until the Giants were working on that last touchdown. I always pull for the underdog. I didn't really see any great commercials either. I did like the first E-Trade baby that spit up.
Speaking of parties, teenagers can come up with any reason to party. Number 2's latest party is a "Super Tuesday" party. A bunch of kids in his AP American Government class are getting together to watch the election returns Tuesday night. He's already told me that he'll be late since the polls in California close at 12:00 am our time. He just passed his road test and I won't have to go pick him up in my pajamas. Apparently the teacher is putting in an appearance at the party. I hope when he arrives someone turns off Guitar Hero and switches the channel to CNN.


Kitten Herder said...

What a novel idea for a teen party.

Living in New England, three of my son's teachers gave him homework this past Friday: watch the Super Bowl.

Congratulations to the Giants. The Patriots seemed to have forgotten how to play football on Sunday.