Yup, we cleaned the Michigan Stadium again this past week.
This time we did it with only 216 people or so. Usually we have between 300 and 400.
Fortunately, there was not as much garbage. The game was not one of the high profile games and I guess attendance was down. Or maybe it was so obvious Michigan was going to win that people left before they had finished eating. Also, it was so cold that there were fewer cold drink cups and water bottles.
Perhaps you're wondering why you are seeing pictures of a sauna in this post about cleaning the stadium. We have a sauna in our basement. My husband built it some time ago and it's great when you're feeling cold. (It's great anytime, really.)
And we were SO COLD when we got home. It was about 35 degrees out which was OK while you're working hard in the sun.
I usually where a swim suit or towel wrap in the sauna. But today? Today Liz and I were so chilled we called home to ask that it be turned on in advance. When we got home we went directly in there.
Nice! I love that heat, especially when I'm feeling really chilled. It's still early in the winter season. We're getting cold more easily than we will later in the year.
Anyway, we were able to warm up nicely. Then we took HOT showers. (We never shower before stadium clean-up. You have to get that garbage feel off you when you get home.)
Then, to pamper myself further, I gave my face a Mary Kay microderm abrasion treatment and a Satin Hands treatment for my hands.
Can you tell that cleaning the stadium is not something that comes naturally to me? Teehee. A little recovery time helps a lot.