I wonder if anyone else out there took advantage of three hours of great live radio on New Year's Eve, as Garrison Keeler broadcast a show from the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul, Minnesota. It started at 11:00 PM EST and went on till 2:00 AM. Remember you can always check out the weekly Prairie Home Companion show by listening to a web cast at wned.org. That is the station I listen to.
I ended watching two of the four movies shown this weekend. The one on Sunday was "The Island" a drama about how wrong cloning can become. Today's movie was "The Devil's Rejects" and I am not really sure which of my obviously in-short-supply brain cells I was using when I decided to watch that one.
It is now 9:35 PM and I am entering this as a draft. I have been working since 6:30 PM and have gotten out six pages of proofed posts. Count time -- be right back.
Okay, I am back. Need to finish this up, proof and print it and then will have completed 7 pages of single spaced text.
Now that the holidays are gone, hopefully I will get back on the track of writing a little bit each day. I have plenty to write and need to get it done.
I hope all my readers had a great Holiday, and are now ready to buckle down and get around to all the things they put off doing for the holidays. What, you did not put anything off? I am the only one guilty of shirking my responsibilities? Oops.
We did get a piece of boneless chicken breast for New Year's Day Dinner. It was pretty close to a real thing.
That leaves me with one out of three for holiday meals. While they did serve a piece of meat, allegedly beef, for Christmas, it had absolutely no flavor to it that would lead one to believe he was eating real beef.