the secret lives of prothros.

October 20, 2009

the texas stars.

Filed under: Uncategorized — prothro @ 10:04 am

Thursdays are good nights. We get together with four of our closest friends (both in proximity and heart) and enjoy dinner, merriment, fellowship and some theological discussion. This past Thursday we also enjoyed a Texas Stars game in the new stadium, which is just right up the road. For dinner, we had this. It is really yummy if you’re into creamy wine sauce. Which I am!

On a side note, we did have a bit of a pork-tastrophe before the game. I thought the pork went bad because it smelled like rotten eggs/sulfur. I had to go new pork, thus making the meal late. Then I was told that it smells that way because of the packaging. Huh?! Has anyone heard that? I would like all the information any of you have on what pork tenderloin should smell like straight from the package. thanks.

So after dinner we went to the game. The Stars won 2-0, with both goals scored in the last minutes of the game. The guys enjoyed the game. The girls, well, we enjoyed the company.

One more side note. Wear a jacket to these games! It was so stinking cold. Lane was the only one smart enough for that.


Do Gina and I look like we are about to have a warm evening? Because we’re not.


Ian likes the hockey.


I tried to take some hockey pictures, but due to the giant net keeping us safe from flying pucks, it was difficult.


Lane is pretty. Pretty bored. But also just pretty.


Look at Lane caring about hockey. She’s such a sweet wife.

So the boys will probably go back for more hockey, but the girls will probably just go to Costco. After the game we had hot chocolate and roasted s’mores in the chiminea. Magical.



  1. Yay! We are fun people. Thanks for keeping us safe from potentially hazardous meat, and for documenting our friendship so well.

    Comment by GRock — October 20, 2009 @ 12:22 pm

  2. I’ve never had my pork tenderloin smell like sulfer out of the package… I think you made a wise move!

    Comment by ashley — October 20, 2009 @ 7:17 pm

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