Todd & I celebrated New Year's Eve this year at the Scioto River Boat Club. A few of Todd's Honda work friends organized the party and it turned out to be a great night. It was $25/person which included food & unlimited drinks for the night. There was music playing with a makeshift dance floor and tables set up for beer pong and flip cup. I would say there were between 100-125 people there but it didn't seem too crowded. Luckily, I knew a decent amount of people and had fun hanging out with Todd's friends. I wasn't really looking forward to the party because I have never been a fan of New Year's Eve. There's usually too much hype and it never turns out to be that great but I will admit this year wasn't too bad.
I started the new year with my first long run of my Boston training. Since I'm still coming back from an injury in October and just started running again a few weeks ago, I only did 6 miles. Although, in the cold and wind, I don't know if I really would have wanted to do much more than that. I'm gonna have to suck it up here soon when I start into my double digit long runs in single digit temperatures.
1/2 cup of BBQ sauce
1/3 cup of brown sugar
1 apple, diced
1/2 onion, chopped
Crumble bacon on top (optional)
Directions: Mix ingredients together & bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees.
Dave, Lynn & Nathan
Amazingly, the Buckeyes actually pulled out a win over Oregon. Looks like OSU fans will be happy with Tressel for another year.
In other college sports, UK takes on rival Louisville this afternoon. It's always a fun game to watch, especially when it's at Rupp Arena, and should be a great game this year as UK is undefeated. I'm hoping my Cats will be 15-0 after today!