FROHLICHE WEINACHTEN

Merry Christmas!

It’s been a while, I know. I got caught up at work trying to finish up some projects before Christmas. I’m off work until January, a welcome rest.

I do not believe we are going to get snow this year. (See archives for December 2004). Today it was 73 degrees and my allergies are killing me. By Tuesday, it will be nearly 80 degrees. The last three weeks, it’s been in the 50’s and it’s been wonderful. For some reason, the weather has decided to usher in spring just as winter is beginning.

Tomorrow, the roomie’s parents will arrive and we will go to Christmas Eve services. I am excited to have them visit, but first I must clear the dinner table so we can all sit down together and eat.

I still haven’t finished the book. I plan to go back and reread it next week after the roommie’s parents leave and Jene’ goes back to work. That’s one way I plan to keep myself entertained while I’m off.

I have gone to the movies once already. I went to see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire again. I certainly caught more than I did the first time I saw it. It’s a great movie. I may go see Narnia again next week. I haven’t seen many movies lately because most are remakes (that feature effects, not actors or storylines) or movies that follow the same tired formula. Where has all the creativity in Hollywood gone?

I need to change the channel. Houston is playing in the Fort Worth Bowl and they are playing poorly. It amazes me how many bowls there are and how many teams are 6-5 and they get to go to a bowl?

I know, I’m being random. I’ll stop before I tangent again. (ha ha)

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