Sunday, February 7, 2016

Superbowl Sunday 2016

Another Superbowl Sunday is in the books.

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.