You know one of the reasons I love y’all?
Because so many of you were genuinely invested in the fate of that Aggie sweatshirt and are totally on board with the belief it will bring some good mojo to the Aggie defense on November 23.
But first we have to get past Mississippi State at Kyle Field this weekend. And I am also focusing a lot of energy trying to Jedi mind trick Johnny Manziel into staying at A&M one more football season. It’s like if I just read enough articles reasoning why he might stay I can make it happen.
Just let me have that dream for now.
In the meantime I have a few quick things to share and a question I’m hoping you can help me with.
1. Edie at Life In Grace, who happens to be one of my new favorite people, has made a November meal plan that looks incredible. Sadly, no one will show up to grocery shop and cook this meal plan for you. But, like the Rolling Stones sang, you can’t always get what you want.
But still. It’s a great plan and I am going to follow along for at least some of it.
2. Ruth at Living Well Spending Less has a free Holiday planning workbook that you can download. I think we all know that I’m not nearly this organized and my holiday planning generally consists of forgetting a lot of important things until December 23. But I feel like some of you will love this idea and all the various ways to organize your life.
(I realize that Homeland post currently lists Boomama as the author but it was me.)
4. Now for my question. Where do you buy shirts for your husband/boyfriend/significant other/grown son/cousin/uncle?
Is it just me or does it seem like all the mens’ shirts are suddenly very small? Is this because there are now men that wear skinny jeans? Which, frankly, is an ill-advised move. P desperately needs some casual long-sleeve shirts that can’t double as fishing shirts and I’m having a hard time finding anything. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Otherwise he might have to borrow my Texas A&M Football ’94 sweatshirt.
Y’all have a good day.