-This weekend Bama played the Tennessee Volunteers and my lovely sister scored me a ticket in the student section again! I spent the night in Tuscaloosa with Kaylen at her apartment so we could just get up and go the next morning. I don't know who was more worried about me staying over night, Mom or Chris. I can't tell you how many times I heard something to the affect of:
Kaylen, don't lose your sister.
Kaylen, make sure your sister eats.
Kaylen, take care of your sister.
Kaylen, Alyssa might walk off randomly so watch her.
Kaylen, your older sister is incapable of surviving one day on a college campus so be the adult here.
Kickoff was at 2:30 and the weather all day was perfect. Sunny, a little breezy and just right for long sleeves. Like I said, we played Tennessee and they are pretty famous for their, um, unique team colors. They call it Tennessee Orange. I call it pumpkin vomit. Sorry to me Vol friends. I present to you exhibit A (this is the only exhibit I have but I just like saying "I present to you exhibit A"):
You've heard of fat shaming and you've heard of slut shaming. I now present to you...drunk shaming:
The moral of this story is: If you're too drunk to function, kindly leave yourself at home.
[Faces have been purposely hidden to protect the obnoxious.]
-Saturday night we met Chris' cousin and her friend at Sloss Fright Furnace. Our first haunted house of the season! We picked maybe the busiest night to go (the Saturday before Halloween) and were there forever. But it was so much fun! We did the Woods trail and the new Outbreak trail where you're chased by zombies through an obstacle course. They made us sign waivers before we could participate, and now we know why! It's no joke! Ropes to swing from, pipes to crawl through and wires to step over that are nearly impossible to see. It's a death trap for the clumsy! But as usual the main walk-through was creepy and entertaining. It doesn't get old for me. We got home around 2 o'clock. I don't think I've been out that late since I worked at American Eagle!
-Sunday was amazingly awesome because it was No-Shower-Sunday. Yep. You heard me. Always a fun time in our house. Pajamas, reading, TV watching, and napping with a little cleaning and laundry sprinkled in. I love days like that.
Only 5 more days until another awesome weekend!
Was your weekend awesome? Tell Alyssa all about it. Leave me a link if you blogged about it!