Tuesday, November 29

A good start to a great holiday.

We had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Christy, bless her heart, worked all day Wednesday on the feast, and Thursday prepping and baking. We had pumpkin and pecan pie, sweet potatoes with sugared pecans, MP, homemade stuffing, and of course, turkey.
My parents got really sick before the trip so they couldn't make the 9 hour drive, which we all felt horrible about, but are glad they are better now. Jinnie and her fam came over which was wonderful. Bloom was in a cranky mood all day but still managed to power down a bunch of turkey.

I ran the Turkey Trot at 10:15am on Thursday too. This is a 4 Mile race. It was awesome. Lonely, but awesome. I did a timed race which took me 36:34. my best time yet. Running on pavement is sure tough on the knees compared to a treadmill. Next race is Dec. 11. The Jingle Bell.


It is now officially Christmas music time! I let the tunes fly on Friday and Saturday. I think Christy is already sick of "Jingle Bells" and "It's the most wondeful time of the year."

I hope you all had a wonderfull day.


Dale said...

Dave, You're a man after my own heart. I'm searching Google to find a track
list for Christmas With A Kick I and II and I find your blog.

I see you have the same philosophy as I...no Christmas music until Friday after
Thanksgiving. This year I had 6 new CDs waiting to be played.

Yesterday I added 2 more so my
now numbers 73.


I've been enjoying Christmas With A Kick III so much that I decided that I
needed to hunt down I and II but I can't find them on Amazon, eBay, or anywhere
else. I thought that if I could just find the track listing I could build 'em

Would you mind emailing the track listing of Christmas With A Kick I to me? I'd
really appreciate it.

Merry Christmas
res ipsa loquitur

Dale said...


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