Sunday, September 20, 2009

Farmer's Market, football and fun

A busy busy weekend here-although I have yet to get ANY work done on the baby quilt. Shame on me!
We did, however, make it to the Farmer's Market on Saturday morning where as always we purchased lots of yummy things to eat this week. 


I really like that we can walk there now-it makes the whole experience that much better. 
We also got our traditional breakfast from the Polish Bakery that has a booth there.
I got the Cheese Danish and the N-boy got the Custard Paczki. Yum, yum, yum!


After the visit to the Farmer's Market we walked up to campus to join some of our friends for tailgating. 
At one point, a bagpiper walked by and my co-worker (who is VERY Scottish!) got him to stop and play for a bit. 


It was very fun and festive-I hope we get the opportunity to tailgate again. And then it was even better that we beat Michigan State! Woohoo! Go Irish! (And that that Daddo--my parents went to Michigan State for grad school and appear to only have become big proponents of their football team since we came to Notre Dame....suspicious)

Sunday started out slow with coffee and breakfast on our back patio, along with a good book.


 I'm currently reading the Calligrapher's Daughter. So far, so good. 

After that peaceful start to the morning I did some major cleaning around the house and then went over to the apartment, where I finished getting everything cleaned up. The N-boy stopped by after studying and helped me finish a few things up. It feels so good to have all of our stuff out of there! The day ended with watching the Bear's game at our friends' house (same friends) and eating home made pizza. 

This week-the Momcat comes for a visit! Woohoo! 

3 comments:

  1. Wait Until Next Year!

    Fight, Fight, Rah,Team Fight.
    Victory for MSU!!

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  2. I'm hungry now! ;) Enjoy your upcoming visit.

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  3. Your farmer's market haul looks really good. How wonderful that you can walk there.

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