Wednesday, February 25, 2009


I am blown away by how many people have taken the challenge this week to make a tea time arch. It has been such a pleasure to log in and visit everyone's blog.

Things have been a bit nuts here since we returned from our grand rugby adventure a week ago today. I am not a huge sports fan, but I completely enjoyed the entire experience of seeing the international 7's rugby tournament. The games are only 14 minutes long and the stands were filled with avid fans from all over the globe. Did you see Heather's note on the post that rugby players are hot. Oh, my I have to agree. Also the fans were the most polite fans of any sport I've ever seen.

My sweet hubby has posted some great photos of our time there on his blog if you'd like to see them. My brother in law is quite a celebrity in this venue. Kyle was so taken with everything that he has decided to play rugby. His first practice was last night. He was rather sore in the legs this morning, but still as enthused as ever to play. The only downside to this new interest is that the closest team is about an hour's drive away. I'll be busy running my taxi service for the next two months.

I am gearing up to teach a class Saturday afternoon and have scheduled another class for March 14th. Both of the classes are linked over to the right if anyone local is interested. If you have sent me an email lately, I haven't received it. Someone hacked our email accounts to send out spam. Honestly it's not me trying to sell you viagra. So, we changed all of our passwords, but my own email account seems to have been frozen and I haven't received anything since Feb. 21st. They are working on trying to repair it and retrieve my emails. It's always something.


runningonink said...

You are one busy bee! Sounds like you are all having a wonderful time though! I Have my arch ready to post tomorrow! As I took photo I relieved I forgot a word in my quote! But I am just going to pretend I did not see it! LOL!

Lesa said...

Glad you had a blast! Sorry about the hackers. You are such a good mommie - driving Kyle to and fro for his new interest. Hope he has fun. I so wish I lived nearby to take your class.

Heather Grow said...

That's so cool that the game inspired Kyle. If you haven't seen it, you might want to rent/buy Forever Strong. It's a movie based on a true story about Rugby players.

MaryNSC said...

I M still LAFFING AT what U said at MISHAPS!!
U had rather INk it than EAt it..HAHAHAHAHHAA
That was so FUNNY!!
I'm with U! I will eat the leaves But I aint eating the Turnip..