You know, I'm not much of a sports girl. I'll go watch a game to hang out and have fun, maybe drink a couple of beers, but for the most part, I can take or leave sports. If football does nothing for you, and the Super Bowl does even less because you either don't care about either team or you've already seen all the commercials online, you're going to need something to do on Super Bowl Sunday. You know the football lover in your house will be digging in for the last weekend of football until August, so check out this list of things that you can do while the Big Game is on:

1. El Paso museums - There are a lot of museums that are open on Sundays. The El Paso Museum of Art is open from noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays, the International Museum of Art is open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and the El Paso Museum of History is open from noon to 5 p.m.

2. Go the movies - Most movie theaters now have the comfiest chairs so watching a movie at a theater is just like being at home. Why should your football fanatic be the only one who is comfy?

3. Go get dinner - You and a group of friends can hit your favorite restaurant and talk and eat for hours until you have to go back home and pick up the post-Super Bowl game mess.

4. Hang out and read - Go get a comfortable chair at Barnes & Noble, drink a couple of lattes, and buy a couple of good magazines or books. You never know what new things you can learn and even if you don't, you still got the chance to drink a couple of lattes.

Happy Super Bowl Sunday!