Monday, February 4, 2008

Giants Win!

Currently Reading: Marvella, the autobiography of Marvella Bayh. Finished Silas Marner Saturday.

E-Book: Finished Lucifer's Angel today...it was good! I loved the honest interaction between Mariah and Gabriel! Very intertaining! Kaenar's next one, Jude's Choice, is farther down on the rotation. Next up...either Odd Man Out by Claire Thompson or Thief of Mine, by Amarinda Jones. I'll let you know tomorrow.

Go Manning...Go Manning...Make history...Go Manning:)

Just doing my happy dance...

So what did you think of the commercials? Thank God I DVR'd the game, because during most of the action in the 2nd and 3rd quarters I was in the kitchen! Hubby and one of his friends don't really care for football, so J and I kept up with the score. And that last 3 minutes...whew! When Eli threw the pass after nearly being sacked, we danced. And when the TD was scored, we danced. Daughter was upstairs by this time and complained that seeing two grown women dancing like teenagers was making her go blind...

Anyway, back to the commercials. I loved the Charles Barkley one. And the Amp...I loved it also, even though it made a part of my anatomy hurt to watch it! Don't get the Audi one...or the dancing lizards...but my three favorites have to be the Annheisor Busch one about the horse in training; the screaming squirrels; and the NFL channel..."The closest Eli's going to get to a Super Bowl ring is when he gives Peyton a manicure!"

Oh, and let's not forget the one featuring Peyton and the 'special effects'!

Let me know your favs or the ones that left you scratching your heads...

4 comments:

Carol said...

I'm right there with you, Molly. I was doing a little happen dance myself at the same time. I don't how in the world he kept from being sacked. I thought it was over at that point and all of a sudden he popped out from under those guys and threw one heck of a pass. Fantastic!!

My favorite commercial was the Budweiser one with the horse training to Rocky music. Bud commercials are always classics.

Carol

Molly Daniels said...

I agree with you there:)

Sandra Cox said...

Love the horses.
Sandra

Amarinda Jones said...

uh huh...