Wednesday, December 16, 2015


It was still warm and overcast on Tuesday. But, at least it wasn’t raining. I took the trash out and then left for work.

I went to the Newburgh Grille for lunch. I got a cup of bean with ham soup and a gyro. Then I went to Randazzo’s and bought some celery.

Back at home, I got the mail (one Christmas card) and the empty trashcan.

I warmed up a big bowl of chicken noodle soup. It was still delicious, but I put the rest in a container and into the freezer. I am about chicken souped-out.

I watched NCIS and then went to bed at 9:00 p.m.


  1. You're winning the Christmas card race! I wonder if this, like birthday cards, is being taken over by Facebook and Myspace and Friendster and CompuServ.

    "According to a U.S. Postal Service study, correspondence such as greeting cards fell 24 percent between 2002 and 2010."

  2. No, I'm sure you're right! I was teasing Melissa about not sending me a card a while back, and she said, "Well, I posted you a greeting on Facebook!"

    Personally, I like cards. I like sending them and I like getting them in the mail. Between my birthday and Christmas, it makes December special. I know it costs for the cards (I spend a lot since it's for Forgotten Harvest and then special cards for special people) and the stamps, but, come on, it's fuckin' Christmas...