I was going to post a review about Assassins Creed: Brotherhood but decided not to. I am thinking, what is more interesting? AC;B or some home videos? One in particular of me slipping.
Today was an exiting day! Me and my husband do not get out much and today we went to see one of my favorite comedians mr Bill Engvall. A few hours before we are ready to go, we notice something. There is a full on snow storm outside! But hay, we payed for those tickets and we are going to go and see him no matter what! It was a slow drive to Green bay but we made it non the less! We checked in our coats, made a tour around the casino (non of us have been inside one before) where my Engvall would be performing. He was very funny! There wasn’t a moment where me and my husband weren’t laughing in tears. Some people would say that toilet humor is not fun. I beg the differ. There is nothing more fun for a wife to dutch oven her husband. What I like most about Mr Engvall is how much his marriage and various relationship scenarios remind me of my husband and I. The debates they’ve had, we had them to. It’s nice to know that there is a couple out there that is just as insane as us. This to me means that I’ve married the right guy. It was my first comedy show ever and it was just so much fun! Thank you mr Engvall! I Pmp 🙂
We got a souvenir T shirt of the event and hit the all you can eat restaurant inside the Casino. We took a tour around the gambling. Many things blinking and ringing and bleeping. We are not gambling people so we finished up our little sightseeing, picked up our coats and started heading home. We passed many many cars who simply had run off the road. Including a person who passed us in a hurry a few miles back ended up in a ditch.
Did I tell you it was snowing like crazy?
Here is my husband Kim trying to orientate himself in a full on snowstorm.
While finding our way to our door, I had to record and document this rigorous now epidemic. I pulled up my phone and started to record (ahh , the blessings and curse of the modern era).
The rest however, is history. The video is pretty self explanatory. No humans or phones were damaged during this recording.