|Everyone knows - I love yellow roses!|
Laurie and Dylan stopped over with gifts, hilarious cards, and even a balloon! There was a real "party" feel to the whole thing. She called San Diego and we all got some face time with Tom in California!
Dick and I went over to the Block Party for about an hour and a half. Laurie was house-sitting for us to take delivery of our new chair. We enjoyed talking to Linda and Mike, John, Millie, and Marianne. We drove Barbara back to 3624.
|I just fell in love with this chair|
March Madness is in full swing, and to make it a perfect B-day for me, Michigan beat Texas to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. What a great day!
March 22, 2014• Game Stats | Box Score | Notes | Photos | Highlights | Quotes | NCAA Bracket
• CBS Sports Postgame: Highlights | Press Conference | Beilein/RobinsonSite: Milwaukee, Wis. (BMO Harris Bradley Center)
Event: NCAA Tournament (Third Round)
Score: #7 Michigan 79, Texas 65
Records: U-M (27-8), TEX (24-11)
Next U-M Event: Friday, March 28 -- vs. Tennessee or Mercer - NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen (Indianapolis, Ind.), Time/TV TBAMILWAUKEE, Wis. -- The No. 2-seeded University of Michigan men's basketball team (No. 7 AP, No. 8 ESPN/USA Today) advanced to the Sweet Sixteen for the second consecutive year, making a tournament program-record 14 three-pointers in defeating No. 7-seeded Texas, 79-65, on Saturday (March 22) inside the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Sophomore Caris LeVert's (Pickerington, Ohio/Central) triple at 14:18 of the first half put U-M up, 9-6, and for good.Sophomore Nik Stauskas (Mississauga, Ontario/St. Mark's School [Mass.]) led Michigan with 17 points and tied his career high with eight assists. Graduate student Jordan Morgan (Detroit, Mich./University of Detroit Jesuit) scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds, while sophomores Glenn Robinson III (St. John, Ind./Lake Central) and LeVert each scored 14 points.