A photo recap of this weekend. Although it is horribly out of order. I don't know how to fix that. Hope it makes some sense. In a nutshell, lots of UNC pride, long bike ride, and lots of cheese.
My new awesome helmet. We went on a beautiful ride this morning, enjoying the not busy roads, lovely fall foliage and a cup of coffee at the dairy. On the way home, we stopped by Performance Bicycle. There I realized that the helmet I have been wearing for years is quite too small (oh yes, funny, i know) so I found this treasure for a great deal. I figure I am investing quite a bit in this noggin, better treat it right. Afterwards we went to yogalates (pillates+yoga) and a spinning class, I am exhausted!
We were true Tarheel fans this weekend. It is pretty fun going to a school that takes sports so seriously, being Aggies we are used to winning the "Most Spirited" instead of "Conference Champs." Here we are at Saturdays painful game against FSU. At least we had spirit.
Friday night we cruised over to Midnight Madness. Which luckily for us got moved to 7pm this year. It was our first time in the famous "Dean Dome" where Jordan himself got his big start. The place ended up being packed and Stuart Scott from ESPN (a fellow alum) was the mc. This event kicks off the official beginning of when the basketball team is allowed to start training. Lots of dancing and showing off moves.
Then off to our weekly dinner party. This time Kelly hosted a fantastic fondue party with two different types of cheese and Dierdre made a delicious chocolate one for fruit. Trent and I brought wine.
Saturday was a gorgeous fall day, perfect for a home football game. Too bad our team isn't so hot this year. It all started badly, even the mascot "Ram" refused to walk nicely across the field. He is being dragged in this pic. We stayed until it got too sad to watch and then decided we wanted to have a bbq that evening so went to Sam's Club to stock up on goodies. And by Bandolino to try the boots. They didn't work, too big around the calf. Oh well, I tried. The bbq was a lot of fun, tons of good food thanks to Trent and we got hooked and watched the entire first DVD of Showtime's new series, Weeds. It was pretty hillarious.
At Kelly's house, Trent and Adam found a Mr. Potato Head. They were quite entertained.
They call the Midnight Madness show, Late Night with Roy Williams, after our awesome coach. Here is the packed stadium. Stuart Scott is down there somewhere.
Sorry about the lack of order. As you saw, we worked out a ton today. Trent made fajitas from left over chicken from the bbq and we just watched "Lucky Number Slevin" which required a lot more concentration than I had imagined. So I can't be bothered to figure out to order the pictures correctly. Sorry! Have a great week-