Monday, February 06, 2012

Super Bowl Recap

I had to work through the weekend, which ended up being OK because my husband was out of town anyway. You'd think it'd be easy to escape the Super Bowl snacks, right? Well I didn't know I was going to have to work or that my husband wasn't going to be here and bought a bag of caramel and cheddar corn mix for us to eat....which is honestly pretty much crack!

There I was working and watching the game and snacking on the crack. I had put five servings into a bowl and proceeded to snarf on it from noon until the game was over. Sure, there's a bunch of "could-a's" that I could insert here, but nope this is maintenance for me. I strive for overall balance - which means crap and healthy. Yesterday was more of a crap day (but, it's also all natural crap!), but there was also a bit of healthy stuff.

I thought the halftime show was OK, but dated with the super old songs. I don't like Madonna's new song either. It strikes me as something more suited to a much younger pop singer and I hated her with the pom poms. 53 and pom poms? I just thought it was cheesy. Maybe I'm just over Madonna?

My favorite commercial goes to M*&*M's because I remember it and also because at the time it made me smile. I needed a smile again today and it worked like a charm. Go check it out: here's a link.

7 comments:

Laura Belle said...

Here Here on the new Madonna song! I know not one cheerleader that is over 25, so at 53....lets just say the pom poms need retiring. Permanently.

Theresa aka Tessie Rose said...

Yumm on the Chicago Mix! Loved the M&M commercial too! I'm over Madonna too.

october 11 said...

I loved the M&M commercial too! And the David Beckham one!

Ronnie said...

Poor Madonna... I'm surprised she didn't pull a nipple out. Sigh.

♫ Drazil ♪ said...

Totally. No pom poms. Whose idea was that? Geez.

speck said...

I thought the same thing about Madonna. She was a little old to be a cheerleader.

Andrea said...

Yeah I think Madonna is trying a little too hard to stay young and relavent.