I watched some of the game, went to dinner at Taco Bell, and shopped for some groceries.
Anthony wanted to stay home and work on his laundry so I was solo today. He sends me with a grocery list and as usual, I held my breath hoping I'd buy the right stuff on the list. I can happily report that I was successful.
Going out to eat and grocery shop on Superbowl Sunday has a big perk: It's even less busy at most places than most Sundays (which are usually not that busy to begin with). I went to Home Depot once during a Superbowl and I was one of maybe four customers in the store. Today's visit to Taco Bell was pretty similar to that... I was one of four in the restaurant. The grocery store was not very busy either.
Denver beat Carolina to win the game. I was home in time to watch the end. One thing about sports is that there's always a winner and a loser. The winners are happy and the losers pout. It looked to me like both teams deserved to be in the game and it was close to the end. That's all I ever want from a game. The commercials that I viewed were pretty good, too.
|Dinner at the Broadway and Camino Seco Taco Bell.|
This is the chair that Anthony would have been sitting
in if he had been there with me.
|Mexican Pizza and a bean burrito for dinner|
|Walmart Neighborhood Market at Broadway and Camino Seco|
was pretty deserted today due to the Superbowl.
|No one was in the syrup, cereal, canned fruit|
and toaster pastries aisle, either.