Distractions, reflections

David Ing, at large … Sometimes, my mind wanders

In what has become an annual tradition — I think that we’ve come at least five times — Rollie and Teresa host a Superbowl party at their house. We seem to always arrive around the time that Rollie is trying to keeping warm in front of the barbeque.

Barbequing in the winter

At the same time, Teresa greets the guests and serves drinks.

Drinks in the kitchen

There’s usually some snacking before dinner.

Snacking

Upstairs, there’ a big screen tv with the pre-game show on …

Pre-game on the big screen tv

… with some seats more choice than others.

Tv viewers

A central feature of the evening is, of course, the food. It’s not that having hamburgers is that unusual, but Teresa makes a special trip to a butcher out of town for some choice meat.

Superbowl buffet

For those who don’t want to watch the Superbowl, there’s always the alternative tv!

Superbowl non-watching

Our families are always running such busy lives, that the annual Superbowl party is the one event that we seem to plan for. It’s become our regular good excuse to catch up on news.

February 4th, 2007

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