|Black Friday shoppers 2014|
So did you all survive Black Friday? We did and that's because we didn't even go out. Are you kidding me?
Bill and sat in our sunroom and watched the steady stream of traffic racing down Route One to Rehoboth Beach and the tax free outlet malls. Go for it folks!
We finally ventured out today to Millsboro and our regular shopping venue, B.J.'s Wholesale Club. We love that store!
What else I'm loving is my binge watching of "Breaking Bad" every night. Last night I ended the episode with Jesse breaking into Walter's house and splashing gasoline around to BURN THE HOUSE DOWN! What IS Jesse's problem?
|Jesse "Yo bitch!" Pinkham with "Mike" in "Breaking Bad"|
He has five million dollars and he's riding around the poor section of Albuquerque thawing wads of $100 bills out of his car window. I only have two discs left of my Netflix queue to watch then I go into serious withdrawal. What am I going to watch next? Ron Burgandy, Anchorman II? Give me a break.
As you can see there is no overlying theme to this blog posting. I haven't posted since Friday because I feel the need to bitch and complain about various subjects but I'm trying to be a good boy and write positive posts. Uplifting and enlightening posts that elicit ego boosting comments and huzzahs. Hey, what can I tell you?
The past couple of days I've been updating my Ancestry.com account family tree. I have over 9,000 names in it now (yes, I am descended from THAT many people as you and everyone else on this planet is). Updating my family tree with information and photos is very relaxing for me.
My other relaxation is reading. I read real books, not this electronic crap the market is trying to convert us too. I'm going to do a little bitching here but have you noticed that you're still paying over $10 or more for a book to DOWNLOAD and read them? Hey, someone is making a big profit because they don't have to print the book, distribute it and absorb the losses for the books that aren't sold. I suspect that over time that online books will come down in price. I've read a few online and they are convenient (mostly at work actually because I don't want to be caught with a real book reading it) but at home I like to hold onto a real book. Call me old fashion but I'm holding firm on this one.
Only a little over a month until I catch the big bird and fly out to Los Angeles to meet my friend Pat from Toronto for our mutual birthday celebrations. We'll spend ten days in LA, hitting all the usual tourist spots and taking, yes you guessed it, LOTS of pictures. I still have oodles of photos from my Toronto vacation this past August that I have to share with you all.
|Los Angeles, California|
Next up, addressing my Christmas cards. Yep, it's that time of year again folks. This year I'm cutting back on the cards. Got to make some hard choices. I was actually tempted not to send any cards just to see who would send me one but maybe that's a little harsh. Addressing and sending Christmas cars is my thing for Christmas, I don't do much else but I'm waning on the cards to. Closing down folks, what can I say?
I hope you're all having a Glorious Monday too because I am.