That's me. Clueless about Super Bowl mania. I was surprised yesterday to see a sign as I went into Wal-Mart stating there was just 1 shopping day until Super Bowl. There were lots of people shopping, too. When did Super Bowl become a holiday? For me, it was a regular grocery shopping day. Just prior to Wal-Mart, I'd been at Aldi where the checker told me I had the healthiest things in my cart she'd seen all day. ~smile~ Everyone was buying chips and junk food. I was taking advantage of the broccoli, celery, and veggies that were on sale as well as apples, oranges, bananas, and the cream and cottage cheese I use so frequently with Trim Healthy Mama.
Even at church today the sermon was about the church family being a team much like the unrecognized support people that make the football games happen. Well, I'm not a football person, but I am going to the church Super Bowl party. I'm taking a big pot of chili and crackers as promised by my husband. I'm also taking yarn and a crochet hook. I'm expecting there will be lots of other ladies who don't have a care about the game to talk with. We'll also be having our own half-time with Minute to Win It games.
So, for our family, it will be about the fellowship.
How about yours? Are you football folks or clueless like I am?