Sunday, February 6, 2011

Bring It Home

In a few hours there will be approximately 40 people in my house, and I am still in my pajamas.  I've been too busy finishing up my decorations and cleaning to worry about getting dressed.  Or eating.  Or brushing my hair.  For the past two days all I've been doing is decorating. 

I decorated the front hallway.
The front door (and the library door too).
I decorated the dining room.
The kitchen.
The living room.
I even decorated the basement.
All over. 
Every window is covered with green and gold (even the bathroom windows).  There is more food here than I think we could ever need.  Soon I will strategically set the food out and warm it up and arrange it neatly.  Then I will wake my children from their naps and paint them in green and gold.  Eventually I will get dressed and maybe even brush my hair. 

There is so much excitement in this house I feel it could burst.  And the guests haven't even arrived yet.  This is a big day.  I am so pumped that I'm startin' to feel sick.  Butterfly sick.  But I'm ready.  And I hope they are too. 

GO PACK, GO!!!!!


Kristen said...

That is awesome!! :)

Hoping your time is victorious tonight!! Have a great time and enjoy your party!

Robyn said...

Wowsers, you go all out!

Tammy said...

You did a fabulous job decorating for today's BIG game!! I am so excited too! GO PACK GO!!!!

painted maypole said...

Have Fun!!!

Jessa said...

GO PACK GO! Absolutely LOVE your decorations!! Time for us to win Championship #13!

Kelly said...

Wow! That is some impressive display. I hope you are not disappointed with the game after all that work. Me, I just watch for the commercials.

Tonya said...

very cute decorations!

Mom24 said...

Hope you have lots of fun! You know how to throw a party girl. :)

Kelly said...

You've got it bad, girl! lol Have a great time!!

Dawn said...

You're so cute. You are a real fan! It looks like it will be a fun party.

Hilary said...

Seems to have worked. :)

imbeingheldhostage said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I am so happy for you :-)

Wendy said...

Wow, that's some serious decorating. How long will you leave it like that to continue celebrating? :)

Riahli said...

I thought of you when they won... ha ha! :) Bet you were freaking out! I'm actually not so into sports really but it was a great game.

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