The Last Entry of the Day

The weather here is iffy now that winter is on its way now. Today was a snuggly day all day long and kind of quiet. I got DVR from Charter Communications today and I love it so much. I can now record two shows at one time and watch what I am watching all at the same time. It is amazing. I have been spending some time with the “boob tube” today afte the cable guy left. LOL, Cable Guy…a title for a movie! LOL Anyway, this is going to be the last entry for December 1, 2004. I cannot believe that December is already here! WOW!

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2 thoughts on “The Last Entry of the Day”

  1. Sorry about your luggage. Glad you had a good holiday (excepting for the cold). I too have had a cold and it certainly takes much of the pleasure out of life, hey?

    Anyway, glad you made it back home. Get well and God bless.

  2. *~Kristi~*

    Sorry that you’re flight wasnt so nice. I am sick too so dont feel like the only one. I am fighting a sore throat and cough along with a runny/stuffy nose.

    I have been there with the lost luggage. My sister and I have had our luggage lost for a week before. Good thing they paid for clothes and necessities for us. My dad also took us shopping until we got out suitcases.

    I’ve had my luggage lost numerous times. Going from one day until a week. Ya it sucks. But at least you got your luggage back and everything worked out.

    I’ve also had flights like that where you dont get into your destination until 1-2am. Numerous times my sister and I have been stuck in Boston and Cincinnati because we missed our flight because our travel agent put our flights too close together.

    One time my dad had to drive from Bangor, Maine to Boston, Mass to pick us up. We were so young too, flying unattended of course. It was horrible. I hate missing flights, we’ve had to spend nights in hotels because we missed flights. Ya, it sucks.

    Anyway glad that things went well and everything worked itself out. You’re home now and now you have Christmas to look forward to!


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