It has been a month and a day since we won the national championship and I cannot wait to celebrate for the next eleven.
I have done the most terrible job blogging, but wanted to share photos of the championship game. Mema, my grandmother, made us all Jameis Winston headbands to wear to the game. She distributed them to the family before we jumped on the plane. I’m pretty sure the rest of the airport was jealous.
The game was terrifying and exciting all at the same time with the Noles coming out on top in the last few minutes. I love this photo and the fact that Mema is still wearing her headband — she is a trooper.
Go Noles! >>—>>
Watch out… you might get what you’re after!
To kick off football season, my roommates and I decided to throw a gameday brunch… little did we know we would endanger our lives. This is what happens when we don’t have my grandmother, Mema’s, guidance.
We knew we had a large amount of people coming over so we decided to make three breakfast casseroles, pigs-in-a-blanket, fruit and bagels and donuts. We were proud of ourselves for staying in on a Friday night to prepare all of this food.
As we were getting ready, the casseroles were cooking in the oven. All of the sudden, one my roommates was screaming from the kitchen. I ran down the hall way to be greeted by smoke billowing out of the oven.
Of course, this was my doing. Who turns the BROIL on and leaves it?! FOR 10 MINUTES — WITH CORN FLAKES ON TOP!? Mema, might just disown me.
Thank God one of my roommates thought to scrape off the cornflakes, and it was my bright idea to add MORE cheese and MORE corn flakes. I’m actually pretty proud of that move… In my opinion, cheese makes everything better.
Here was our re-purposed casseroles that got devoured at the brunch.
The Set Up
At the end of the day crispy (charred?) casserole goes pretty well with a mimosa, or two 😉 Cheers to football season!
The Game Day Crew