Friday, December 15, 2006

Friday night at home

I usually work on Friday nights, but tonight I decided to let Christine have my shift instead of cajoling the assists into letting me host for one of them. I just cannot physically handle the lifting and running around of assisting anymore. Sprout spends all the time protesting.
So the annual Duff's Christmas party is on Monday and everyone knows what that means, right? Lasagne! I made the sauce tonight and tomorrow I'll be doing the assembly. I sort of freaked at the grocery store because they didn't have the kind of vegetarian Italian sausage I normally use. I found a suitable substitute, but for a minute there it looked like I was going to lose it. Matt managed to calm me down by bribing me with double chocolate swiss cake rolls. I know I shouldn't be eating too many sweets, but I haven't had a swiss cake roll since I was at Webster University. Jason and I used to walk up to Schnucks on Friday nights and do his "grocery" shopping. I was on a full meal plan, so I just went along with him. Looking back, I have no idea how that boy managed to stay alive. He exclusively consumed Chili Cheese Fritos, Dr. Pepper and Little Debbie snack cakes.
On the Derby front, we are in negotiations with the venue in Springfield for our January 20th bout. I am getting frustrated with them because they keep changing things on us. No matter what, we will play the Windy City Rollers on the 20th of January. It's just a matter of where.
Okay. Bedtime. Knitting happens, but you don't get to see!

3 Comments:

Blogger djeh_b said...

Do you work at Duff's? I may have seen you there for Sunday brunch--if you were wearing black glasses & blue/teal long-sleeved T. The salmon bagel was yummy.

3:11 PM  
Blogger sarahkate said...

Yep that's me. I'm the one with the glasses.

3:25 PM  
Blogger djeh_b said...

Well, I'll say "hi" next time. Brunch at Duff's was my payment for patching 2 sweaters. It was delish, but I still think they got off cheap :)

5:08 PM  

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