Well, another blogger weekend has come and gone. I didn't hang out quite as much as I have in past years and for the first time ever, I didn't snap any pictures. I'm usually the picture queen and I take tons of pictures at every event. But, this year I didn't attend the Friday night mixed games at the MGM. Saturday I went to the Venetian to play in the tournament and the supervisors in the Venetian poker room were adament about no photos being taken. I heard them make the announcement several times and I even heard the manager say he was going to start confiscating cameras, so I figured I'd give it a rest. I saw FlipChip taking pictures so I'm sure he did a great job of covering the event.
Thanks to Falstaff for putting together the event. As usual there was a great turnout and the tournament structure was great. We started with $10,000 in chips and there were 30 minute blind levels. Beautiful!
I don't know why I didn't hang out longer with everyone. Maybe in part it was because I wasn't drinking like in past years. I mean, most of the bloggers come to Vegas to drink and let loose and that's what I would have done in the past too. But, since I wasn't drinking and I really didn't want to spend my whole paycheck on gambling, what else is there to really do? I'll tell ya, the couch was calling my name and I just gave in and went home and watched T.V. It was good times.
I tell ya, I'm getting really really lame in my old age. I just don't have it in me anymore. I'm just happer spending my days off relaxing and doing nothing. I'm happy with doing nothing. I don't even get bored anymore when I'm doing nothing. hehe Nothing = good.
I went to my parent's house on Sunday and my mom made her world famous chili. Okay, maybe it's not world famous but it's damn good. I love it. She made a whole bunch extra and I brought it home and put it in the freezer. I'll probably eat chili for dinner this whole week.
Not very funny story - but on the way home the chili spilled in my car and it got all over the carpet. It was dark so I didn't notice at first and I was thinking "damn, those containers must not be sealed very tight because the chili smells so strong" and then finally I realized it was all over the carpet and that's why I could smell it so much. I came home and cleaned it out, but today when I was driving to work I realized how much damage was done. The carpet is all stained and it looks like crap.
Oh well. I might just have to buy some new floormats.