Sunday, October 19, 2008

My Friday night

So on Friday I ventured my way over the the college for Midnight Madness (this of course was after my broncos beat Hawaii that thank you very much!)
For those of you who don't know what Midnight Madness is, it's a national night where all (most) colleges introduce their basketball teams to the students/ community with an exhibition. They usually do a bunch of introductions (picture spotlights, screaming, etc) of the teams and then play games with crowd involvement like dunking contests, free throw shooting, lay up relays, etc. It's a pretty big deal, at least at the school I went to, and is always a fun time.
This year since I am coaching and not cheering it was a little different standing on the sidelines, but still a blast!
My girls did AWESOME (except for one minor flub in their routine, but I like to block that image from my mind) and I was so, so proud of them.
Unfortunately in all my excitement, I did not video tape their routine. Silly me! All I got were a few snap shots before they went on:

and our token male on the team:

I think they were a little more than disappointed that a)I forgot the video camera and b) they dropped a stunt, but overall they really did a great job! They rallied, they jumped, they kicked, they threw stunt after stunt and really got the crowd going. I couldn't ask for more, right?

Now onto the Homecoming routine... ahhh!

PS on the TTC front... CD 15... still waiting to O... Clomid apparently isn't doing its job...


Andrea said...

Come on O!! Come on!!!

Poltzie said...

Great blog you have here, sorry it took me so long to come over. I will be here more often from now on!
Sorry about the O, hopefully it happens soon!!

Anonymous said...

Yay! I'm so happy for your girls!

FYI - Some girls O late on Clomid! I didn't O til CD 17, which was way early for me considering that I usually didn't O until CD 23-24!

Morgan said...

I'm glad you had a good Friday..the pics look great!

By the way, did they make you take Clomid on days 3-7 or days 5-9? Because if they made you take it days 5-9 it takes "MOST" women 5-7 days to ovulate, which still gives you some room so don't worry! How do you know you haven't O'd? Are you using OPKs?

To A T said...


I took Clomid CD 3-7 so doc thinks I *should* have O'd by now if I am going to on 50mg.

I have been POAS everyday since CD12 through yesterday... no real +! :(