Hello, my Chilly Willies. How are you? I’m not dreaming of a white Thanksgiving, but I think we have no choice. Last year, it wasn’t until December before winter unleashed its fury upon us. The winter solstice is a month away. This is supposed to be fall weather. Tell that to the Buffalo residents who received up to 7 feet of snow. What do you do in 7 feet of snow? What can you do? The people must be burrowing tunnels like hamsters.
Our vaunted and god-like Green Bay Packers beat the snot out of the Minnesota Vikings this past week. Expect more of the same this week when the Packers take on the New England Patriots on Sunday, November 30,
PM (thank you, Ms. OKIE), at Lambeau Field.
Massacre them, Packers!
In the Irregular Football League, my Screaming Psychics are still near the bottom of the heap. I guess that’s what I get for cutting their pay just before the holidays. Start winning and we’ll start making some money.
Of course, I must say Happy Thanksgiving tomorrow! Most of you ladies have spent days in preparation for this. God bless us all and don’t forget to count your blessings. Turkey and all that are a great part of the tradition, but don’t forget to say, “Thank you.”
There’s just the three of us this year, so I’m not cooking a big bird, just a 10 pounder. That’s still plenty to get us stuffed and thankful.
Here’s a personal admission: I can’t stand all of the Christmas music wherever I go. I find it tedious and tiresome to hear the same old songs over and over. I think stores and restaurants should go with their regular music programming and then intersperse Christmas songs here and there. We know what time of the year it is. We don’t need constant reminders from dunning songs.
Can we talk? What about Bill Cosby? Yes or no?
And what about Black Friday, which is becoming Black Thanksgiving evening? Are you partaking? Soon, Black Friday will come right after Labor Day.
That’s it for this week, my loves. I appreciate all of my readers. We are all one.
Stay alert for winter conditions and drive safely. As always, watch out for the children.