I Believe most Friday Nights Look Better Under…Stadium Lights

Another week has blazed past us as things really picked up around here since we last touched base. Matt had a full week of work at the Z-West middle school in Zionsville during the day and the Burger Haus in Carmel at night. He & Taylor are loving their new kitty. It was great for all of us to see him this weekend. Abby enjoyed her final week, here at home with us. It has been so nice having her around during the COVID-19 pandemic these last five months. But all good things must come to an end and now it’s time for her to write the next chapter of her life. Although we just moved her back to school, we can’t wait to see her again. We had fun sending her off this weekend. Luke had a full week of school and football – including the big news of the week – his first real competition since wrestling ended last winter! Annie had a short work week and enjoyed spending time with the girls in her life – Abs, Sandy and her Momma. I also continued to work a short work week. I’ve pretty much mastered the art of squeezing 5 days into 4 as I’ve been doing this since April, I think. At this point, when we eventually go back to full work weeks, I’ll have to continue to take off on Fridays or at least work from home for half a day. I had a good week of diet and exercise – well, until the weekend anyhow… I logged 24 miles of exercise between walking, playing frisbee golf and mowing this week. I will truly miss my disc golf partner, for sure. I was down another three pounds at our weekly weigh-in and lost another 6 pounds through the work week…however, the weekend was again my dietary bane – I blame Abby for that, since I spent it with her! At least I had fish like 3 or 4 days in a row – that’s healthy, right? It sure felt like the end of summer – hot & humid weather, threats of rain, loud cicadas all day long, football games on Friday night, tall corn fields and of course road construction! That pretty much sums up the end of the Indiana summer. One thing that was out of place, though, was the running of the Indy 500 this week. And of course, it was even weirder because there were no fans this year. It seems that, as a society, we are beginning to adjust to having the Coronavirus in our lives. Wearing masks now is just second nature. I need to get one of those new ones that are a little easier to breathe through! I think we’ve found a compromise to keep high school sports going this fall. It was so great being able to get out and watch the kids play sports this week – we just hope it lasts. Hello again and welcome to the latest installment of the Scheu Family Blog.

It was back to work and school on Monday morning. Abby slept in at Gary’s house then drove home before noon. She found that Molly had an accident in the living room and then Roomba spread it around – gross. Big thanks to Bu for mopping the floor! Welcome home!! Luke said he did good on his first test at school then had an easy football practice as they watched film and scouted Shelbyville, who they play in the official season opener on Friday. Ann & I had busy days, including running back and forth to Jami’s for haircuts a couple times. Old Black Betty didn’t have a very good day. We need a break in the heat so we can give her a day off! I walked a little under three miles around the airport property after getting out of work a little late. Back home, Abby joined me for some frisbee football around the pond. We got our replacement discs in that day and thankfully came home with both of them that night. We played 18 holes and were a little rusty. I had a 1-over par 28 and a par on the 2nd round, throwing from the back tees. Abs through from the fronts and had a 33 and a 31. We got in about two miles of walking. After logging five miles of exercise, I hit the shower and took it easy the rest of the night. Ann had the start of a migraine and wound up going to bed early. Luke had one of his moments when he went off on a tangent that night, which didn’t help her headache. Abs and I watched a couple new (but weird) Rick & Morty episodes but it was in Japanese and I got bored and ended up falling asleep… Here are pictures from Luke’s football scrimmage last weekend at Trafalgar.

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Tuesday morning was much cooler but the humidity was still kicking. It had rained overnight but was mostly dry during our commute to work. It rained on and off all day. It was a long one but when I went out to walk, it was awesome outside. I got in a little under a 5K before picking up Ann. I dropped her off and went to the park to play a quick round of 9 at the frisbee golf course. I threw another 28. This new disc looks identical to my old one but it feel completely different and doesn’t fly the same. Plus, I think I’m still a little tentative to let it rip for fear of losing another disc. Luke had a good day at school and football practice. Abby continued to pack for college that day. She ran to the store and began prepping dinner. When I was out playing frisbee golf, the girls made dinner. I came home and they had patties made up from the beef we got from the Bests a few months ago. It made for great cheeseburgers on the grill that night. Abs joined the dog and I on the backyard where I had some Mallow Run rhubarb wine and a cold Coors Light while cooking the burger. It was delicious and we were all stuffed after dinner that night. I watched the season 1 finale of Picard on CBS All Access while we made frozen blueberry margaritas – yum! Afterward, in keeping with the blue theme, we made a round of Blue Woos while trying to watch a show on Prime called Capone, but we wound up talking with it on pause for an hour – LOL. Instead, we flipped over and watched the new episode of Yellowstone. Once Ann and Abs went to bed, I watched the pilot of the new HBO show called Lovecraft County before calling it a night myself.

We enjoyed a beautiful start to our Humpday with temps in the lower 60s and would stay nice all day. It was another long day, but Justin & I broke up the monotony with lunch out at the Chi-Buff. We ran to Walmart for the kitchen afterwards. That afternoon, Justin joined me during my daily workout. We wound up walking about four miles on a gorgeous afternoon. Black Betty did a little better that afternoon, but after I dropped off Annie at home, I put a special fuel system cleaner in the gas tank and filled her up with some premium to try and clean out that dirty injector again. It’s been about 4K miles since we last did that, so hopefully this will be the medicine she needs. While Abby hung out at home with her BFFs Brittany & Megan, I went to the park to play 18 holes of frisbee golf. I don’t know what it is, but this disc may look like my old one – but it doesn’t perform like it. I threw a 1-over 28 on my first round then threw my new disc in the pond on hole 5 again. Thankfully, the grabber-nabber came to the rescue…but my game was completely off after that and I wound up throwing a 5 on that hole and it just continued the next couple holes as I threw an abysmal 33. That’s the worst in a long time. Abby said Lola had bloody diarrhea that day. She made a little bit of a mess and had to have a bath – which she needed anyhow. The girls went out that night, running around, and went to dinner at some point. Luke said he had a good day at school and football practice. He didn’t talk much that evening as he made dinner and went to his room to play PS4 and went to bed early. We watched a weird movie on Prime called Capone then I started season 4 of Lucifer. We had watched this on Fox but didn’t realize Netflix picked up another two seasons, so that was a pleasant surprise. Unfortunately, after six miles of walking that evening, I was asleep on the couch before we were 10 minutes into the show, so it’ll have to keep for another day. 😊 Here are random pictures from our recent adventures.

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We enjoyed another day with low humidity as we headed into work. It warmed from the 50s to the 80s and developed into a gorgeous day. It was a super-fast day, with Justin & I only pausing long enough for a Caribbean lunch from Le Petit Caraibes. It was the first time I’ve had that type of food and I loved it! Their jerk chicken and curry chicken were so good! I walked three and a half miles around the airport property after work then came home and threw nine holes of frisbee golf with Abby for a total of just under five miles of exercise. Abby had a busy day, dealing with Lola’s health issues. She continued to have diarrhea overnight and then again through the day. Ann called and got her an appointment with the vet tomorrow. Luke had school and a long football practice. Abs continued packing for school. With that and Lola’s issues, she was pretty stressed-out so the walking in the park did us both some good. It is very relaxing out there. Abby threw very well (30), including a tee shot on 5 that nearly hit a lady sitting down by the pond! I threw much, much better that evening (26), including none in the bushes or the pond! When Luke finally got home (he and Sam took the long way home through the country), we took him to Hibbett’s for new football gear. Unfortunately, they didn’t have one in his size, so Ann had to order one off Amazon. I went next door and bought a new pair of walking shoes since mine have been destroying my feet for weeks. Afterward, we went out to eat at Wings & Rings one final time before Abby goes back to school. Plus, they had a deal on wings, so how could we resist? We sat in Randall’s section and we’re glad we did – it was his last night working there. Luke went out with his buddies when we got home while we binged-watched a couple episodes of Lucifer.

We enjoyed sleeping in a bit on Friday morning, as Ann & I both had the day off. Luke goes into school a little late on these days so the teachers can attend continuing education. I got up to make sure he was awake and then cleaned-up the messes from the little dogs overnight. Once the girls got up, I got ready and loaded up Betty White to go mow at Mom & Sandy’s house. Abby joined me. While she visited with Gma and pulled out all the stuff she had for her, I mowed & trimmed. I had to run her home before I was done so she could take Lola to the vet. The vet isn’t sure what’s wrong with little Lola, but she now has a couple meds to take each day. He thinks it might be from the treats that we got from Jungle Jim’s. She only had one, but it all started after she had it so he might be on to something… I went back to finish the girls’ yard then went inside and sat down to visit and look at old pictures with Maryann. Her family recently gave her a batch of pictures and she gave them to Ann to look at and is allowing me to scan them for posterity. I plan to share them in the Waybac section this fall. I stopped at Ann’s downtown office and pulled out all of Abby’s storage and loaded it into the truck. Abby met me at the house to work on packing Barney for the move back to school this weekend. We pulled out the benches and the bag chairs and then started loading him up. We got everything in there pretty easily and should have plenty of room to put the rest of her stuff that she’s still working on. Afterward, I trimmed the yard and then mowed the front yard. Although the day had begun in the upper 50s (causing me to open up the house), it got pretty hot outside. Not only did we close it back up and turn on the air, but I also decided to wait until tomorrow to mow due to the heat. I got showered and Abs & I went to Wendy’s for a quick lunch and then went on to do our weekly shopping at Walmart. We stopped at CVS and the Beverage House to get our liquor cabinet (or at least supply?) replenished. After we got everything put away, it was time to start getting ready to commute to Shelbyville. It was game day and opening night for Luke and the Pirates’ varsity football team! When Gary got to town for the weekend, we hopped in Tonya and headed over to watch the Pirates face the Golden Bears. Due to COVID-19 protocols, there were some new rules for the ballgame. We had to wear a mask whenever we weren’t in our seats. We also had to park at the middle school (next door to the high school) and enter through the back gate, which was fine with us…it was a MUCH shorter walk! We also had only 50% capacity, meaning that every other row was kept open. Again, we were fine with that…I use a bleacher seat and it allows my little legs to be up on the bench in front of me. 😊 Defensively, Luke started at middle linebacker. He also started at tight end / snifferback. He also played some halfback. Although he went out for a couple passes, he did not have any balls thrown his way but he had some sweet blocks- including a SWEET pancake on the Pirates’ first play from scrimmage that really got his cheering section hooting and hollering (Ann, Abby, Gary, myself and a few other parents we sat with). As for special teams, he started on the punt return and PAT/FG teams as well. Luke had 8 tackles – including 1 for loss and 6 assisted tackles. Unlike last game, I don’t believe he had any penalties called on him, though he did get a little chippie and had to be separated from one of the big offensive linemen. He did a good job of calling the defense. Admittedly, he is still learning the position. He said it was a little tougher at the varsity level. As for the game itself, it was not very competitive. We made mistakes that kept them in the game early, but the team worked them out eventually. I guess issues like this are to be expected since they didn’t have near the practice nor scrimmages that they normally have…but on the plus-side, it also means that we didn’t have NEAR the amount of injuries that we generally see at this point in the season. However, that’s not to say that game didn’t get stopped frequently in the 2nd half for injury timeouts. On the contrary, the game could’ve been about an hour shorter. On top of all the injury timeouts for cramps, it was also Senior Night and they had a ton of seniors. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, many schools are moving their Senior Night festivities to the first home game in lieu of the final one because we don’t know how long the season will last. Judging by how it went last night, we could definitely deal with the added restrictions. Luke wasn’t immune to the cramp bug, unfortunately. He went down at the end of the 3rd quarter and stopped the game for at least 10 minutes. The trainer worked on him on the sidelines and he never did return to the game. He was fine after the game, but we were up by three TDs at that point, so it was safer to just rest him. That didn’t stop him from putting on his helmet and trying to get back in the game though – LOL. At the half, we were up 28-7 and by the 4th quarter, we were playing the JV kids. The final score was 41-7. The Pirates are now 1-0 on the season…so if it were to end next week, we’d have an undefeated season! 😊 We stayed and talked with Luke after the game. It was so exciting to be back out there rooting on Luke and his team. While Luke rode home with the team, the rest of us went downtown to Pudders for dinner and a couple beers. Most of the Triton Central team came in after us and we ended up talking with one of their seniors. We host them in our home opener next week. It will be a much better test of where we are as a program compared to Indian Creek and Shelbyville. When we got home, it was pretty late but we were still a little wound up from the excitement of watching football. So, we made a double round of Southern Sours and relaxed with the tall drinks, enjoying some porch time before calling it a night. Here are pictures of recent additions to my Hot Wheels collection.

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Lola did much overnight better after receiving a couple shots yesterday and starting her meds last night. She and Molly had no accidents! Ann is giving her the meds with wet dog food – a delicacy in our home…so she is really digging it. I got up early to wake-up Luke. He promised Matt he would help him move Olivia out of their old apartment and into her new one. Luke, being a good brother, was pretty sore but he shook it off and drove up to meet Matt. He said his leg continued cramping a little overnight. We had him stop and get a couple cases of Powerade for the week. Meanwhile, I took the dogs outside and sat on the porch for a while. Ann was next up so we started in on our weekly household chores that we would normally do on Sunday. But, since we’ll be busy tomorrow with Abby, we knocked it out that day. I mowed the backyard with Delilah while the girls went to St. Paul for the final time this summer to get another load of deliciousness. I finished up and took a break, watching the truck race from Darlington and cooling down. Once the girls got home, I enjoyed my ham & cheese danishes and did the bills. I hate doing bills. We’d have so much money if we didn’t have those darn things! 😊 That afternoon, Gail & Gary napped while Ann went to Rushville with Gma & Gigi to do some shopping. I checked fluids in the vehicles and wrote out HTML code for this week’s blog entry. Ann came home and started cooking. She made salsa, Mexican street corn and chicken enchiladas. Meanwhile, Luke came back to town and ended up running around with Drew until late, attending a car show in Shelbyville. Abby, Gary & I went to Batesville to play a couple rounds of frisbee golf. We got in about two miles of exercise. We did pretty good. They had re-configured the 9th hole again, but we eventually figured it out. We got better on the back 9, which was encouraging. I shot a 27 and then a 3-under 24; Abs had a 30 & 29 and Gary had 37 & 35. He’s getting better. I’m gonna send frisbees to school with Abby for her and Garrett to play when they need to blow off steam at FC. We stopped by their big liquor store on the way home and picked up a couple more bottles for our liquor cabinet that we still don’t have… I am subscribed to an email list from Liquor.com and they always have the coolest recipes! We left town just as a thunderstorm rolled through the area. We waited in the car when we got home until it died down a little…it didn’t help. Ann had dinner ready and it did not disappoint. It was Abby’s going away dinner. We are surely going to miss having her sassy butt around here in the coming weeks. We’re a little worried about the dogs. Say what you will about that damn COVID, it did bring our family closer together… That evening, I continued writing the blog while Gary helped Gail finish packing for school. We enjoyed some porch time with a few drinks: Canadian Snakebite, Liquid Cocaine, Apple Pie #3, The Honeynut and the Irish Mule. It was the perfect way to celebrate Bu’s Post-Coronavirus Eve and the final night for the dogs to sleep with Abby… We have lots of social media pictures to share this week.

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We enjoyed sleeping in on Sunday morning. The girls got up and had some private porch time with coffee and the dogs. Gma came over with a care package to send Bu back to school and say her final good-byes. We finished up packing Barney as well as Tonya and even a few things in Gary’s car and left town with our caravan to move Abs back to the FC campus. While the girls got keys for the dorm and went up to the room to start organizing and putting away clothes, Gary & I began schlepping all her stuff up the stairs. There was a truck parked where we wanted to be, so we first helped them move in all their stuff to the 3rd floor and then in a turn of good faith, they helped us move stuff up to the 2nd floor. I actually pulled the van all the way up to the door, much to Abby’s embarrassment – LOL. We rearranged her furniture and then began the arduous task of unpacking and putting away everything. We had to wear masks while outside of the room, so that made things really hot and difficult to breathe. Add to that the fact that her HVAC was left on heat and 75 and we were a sweltering mess. I walked over to the check-in area and they were able to get maintenance over to get it changed, thankfully. The girls got everything all set up. Sure, Abs still has some decorating to do, but she has a week before school starts. She moved in early because she is a Rho Gamma, which means she will be a mentor of incoming freshmen that are interested in Greek Life. We are very proud of her and she was so excited to get back to college today! Matthew drove down to see Abby and joined us for lunch after we finished in her room. It Bu’s big day, so she got to choose where we went to eat. She chose the Blue Cactus, which is a taco & tequila bar. We tried several different margaritas that were all delicious, including the Mezcal-Rita, the Spicy Cilantro, the Skinny, the Top Shelf, the Blood Orange, the Raspberry Mint and the Fresh Strawberry…mmmmmm…. And of course we had to have the tacos! Annie had the Street Tacos, I had the fish tacos (I would’ve eaten a dozen of them, they were so good) and I’m not sure what kind of tacos the kids got. We’d had a couple margs by that time so the memory isn’t so clear… The fish was really good, though. We also had an endless bowl of chips and salsa and queso that went down easy. I think we destroyed 5 bowls of chips. We also had a delicious appetizer called jalapenos nortenos that were pretty spicy. All in all, we had an outstanding experience and had a great time. It helped that we had an awesome server. We took the kids out to Walmart afterward to walk off all the food and get last-minute stuff for Abs. I even got in a little Hot Wheels hunting before we said our good-byes back at campus and headed on home. Luke got home from staying the night at Drew’s house just a few minutes before we left. I’m glad he got a chance to say good-bye. He and Abs have been home together for the last five months, so this will be a big change for them both. He pretty much hung out at home most of the day and retreated to his room early that evening. I’m sure he was exhausted from football on Friday night then got up early and helped Matt move his friend and then was up late last night. We got everything put away that evening and turned on the Indy 500, which was run earlier in the day. I successfully avoided seeing the results all day. We did listen to the start while we were in Abby’s dorm earlier and tried to watch it at the restaurant, but the girls and I couldn’t figure out how to change the channel on their TV. I was glad to see they still did Back Home Again in Indiana by the same guy that did it last year, although it still isn’t the same as Jim Neighbors. It was strange not seeing the huge crowd but I’m glad Penske is running things now and the Hulmans and Georges are out of the picture. It was a good race with lots of action and lots of crashes as well. Thankfully, everyone remained safe. Dixon looked really good for the first 2/3 of the race and easily led the most laps, but in the closing laps he let Sato around him to save fuel and was never able to get back around him and when the race ended under caution due to a late-race wreck, Sato had won his 2nd Indy race. Afterwards, Ann went on to bed while I finished up the blog and watched the NASCAR race. It was a relaxing way to wrap up a great week before we turn around and start it all again tomorrow…

Next up is our Waybac section, which continues to showcase two collections – photos from Uncle Chuck’s funeral slideshow and a huge lot from Dee’s camera in 2003. We lead off this week with another slew of Uncle Goon pix: with Granny and siblings at the 9th St home in the 40s; then more pix with the fam in the 50s at the Highland home and probably Jr. High basketball; in the 60s: what is probably a school picture, then with Aunt Judy, with Granny at Mom & Dad’s wedding in ’68 and Uncle John & Aunt June’s wedding in ’69; a great one in the 70s with Granny and the lady that lived with her on Highland after Pug passed-away but for the life of me I can’t remember her name on what appears to be Vicki’s First Communion; IN the 80s: probably Christmas with Kimmy & I and showing off those short-shorts that he always rocked; 90s: playing golf with Uncle John; 2000s: at Cathy’s wedding; with Uncle Hank just before he passed away and with Cathy and a lady I should know but can’t place her face. Next, we have the next batch of Dee pix from 2003: June – Grace playing at home in Westport; July – 4th of July fun and Gigi’s birthday; August – Gigi’s new hot tub; November – Danny’s 50th bday; December – Xmas Eve activities; and then a pair of Uncle Goon pix in the 2010 with the Scheu clan and with Cindy.

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And we wrap up this week with our video section which features two new home movies as well as several from around the internet.

And that does it for this week’s episode of the Scheu Family Blog. Thanks for keeping up with us this time out and we’ll catch up with you again next time. Until then, have a good one and be safe out there. We miss ya, Mom.
Later, Scheu

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