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Day Off - About that Superbowl Anyway...

So, yesterday I took a break from blogging. *Gasp* I know, I promised to blog every day, and that is a very good intention indeed, and not something that I will give up on so easily. However, I did need yesterday to regroup and to just focus on relaxing.

The Super Bowl happened, as most of the country is aware, and I watched every crazy moment of it from my bed. I did have Super Bowl plans with friends, but they fell through for me last minute, but I won't go into that here.

How many of you watched the game? The last quarter was so devastating, particular in the last 50 seconds of the game. Who would have thought that that pass would have been intercepted in that way?! I cringed when I saw Lynch not catch it, but instead, Butler grasping the ball in that end-zone. Whaaat?! NO! That's all I can remember yelling at my screen. That pass would have won us (I mean the Seahawks) the Superbowl.

But... amidst all chaos and the the so-called-infamy of that ill-fated pass, I am still glad for the amazing game and the hard-working athletes who work so hard for their teams. Even though the Patriots won and I am a sad #12, I have to say that it was a great game and a good win. Congratulations, Patriots, you deserve the win. We'll see you again next year!

Also, how about that half-time show? Katy's set was stunning, and Lenny rocked it. Also - what a great surprise to see Missy Elliott.  I don't recall her being announced as a performer, so that was news to me. Good news.

On an ending note, are you excited for this year's win? Who do you think should be the MVP? I'm thinking Butler for his crazy interception that secured their win. 

Have a wonderful evening, loves.

Em

By the way, have you seen my Seattle Seahawks inspired makeup look? I wore this twice last week in my support for my home-team:


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