This was a busy weekend to say the least. OSU football occupied most of my Saturday, I didn’t get tickets, but the atmosphere was amazing, and the entire town was seemingly very excited! Today, Sarah and I found LE’s home for Christmas break. My parents decided this past summer that the winter trip was going to be in Austria, and I am not sure if LE would like the EU (Or more importantly, traveling to the EU) so we decided to find a family for her to stay with. We posted an ad on Craigslist, and got about 30 responses. After picking the most attractive half dozen, we got more info from them. We found a family in Gahanna, and Sarah and I took LE to visit today.
The family has two young kids, one 7, and one 4, as well as three dogs. They were very excited to meet LE, and LE loved meeting the dogs. We have decided to leave her with them, and they were excited to have her, this should make our time in Austria a bit easier. Sarah is excited because she found out the host family will be sending along updates via e-mail.
This past weekend, Sarah and I spent most of Sunday finding our new TV. We found a great deal for a 46′ flat screen from Best Buy. The TV was about $300 off, and it included a free Blue-Ray player, so we are pretty excited about that. Best Buy’s price actually beat Walmart’s price substantially, which is pretty surprising.