I'm turning into a turkey. I've eaten turkey for the last three days, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE turkey, but I'm getting rather tired of it. I did freeze quite a bit, but made meals in those handy dandy containers from my personal chef. I now have to eat two more days worth. I'm trying not to be wasteful, but I'm sick of turkey. Even a cup of gravy on top isn't helping.
We've had glorious rain the last two days and it continues today, so my trip to the Game Refuge was cancelled. It's pretty far out in the boon tullies and I don't relish getting stuck anywhere my phone won't work. Yes, I have four-wheel drive, but those levy's are narrow. Tow trucks are expensive. Don't ask how I know.
My little Cooper was looking pretty bedraggled, so rather than a bath, I gave him a haircut. It's not his favorite activity, to be sure, but he stands very still ... like he's scared to death. Once done, he knows he gets to play the ball game for ten minutes ... outside ... so the pieces land on the lawn and not on my floor. He'll do anything to play the ball game.
While waiting for the football games, I cruised around the DirectTV menu to see what new shows were coming up. Have you ever taken a really good look at what's on your dial? There are lots of old 90's TV shows, but mostly rather interesting paid advertisements ... like "Women Over 40 Make Men Obsess". Really? What do I have to do? The answer was spend a fortune on skin cream. You'd be better off working on lessening the pull of gravity.
Then there were fascinating things like Real Housewives, which we know wasn't real at all. It was scripted just like all the other "reality" shows. Bar Rescue didn't flip my skirt, nor did Bad Grandpa, who takes his grandson on a trip to Las Vegas. That one is sort of like Bad Santa, which was also on.
There's the best steam mop EVER, the even better SHARK Mop, "Do You Have A Turkey Neck?" (why yes I do, it's in the fridge), "Do You Poop Enough" (I'm not kidding, it was on TV) and at least five shows selling jewelry. The one about how to make moonshine was interesting ... I'm thinking that might land you in jail ... and the best of the best ............................................wait for it ...........................................
WEEDIQUETTE. Right there on your television, the etiquette of growing and smoking weed. I imagine my mother said the same thing, but GOOD GRIEF!! What is this world coming to????
I did find one thing I would like to recreate. This is a perfect Christmas tree for my kitchen. I always wanted to be a welder and make critters out of junk. Alas, the equipment is rather expensive and I've not a clue how to use it. I did a little welding with my dad, but that was WAY too long ago. If anyone knows where I might have this made, let me know. Or maybe I'll run into someone in Arizona who can teach me how to weld things and not catch my house on fire.
For those that are going to Indio this Winter to the FMCA rally, THE ICE CREAM HAS BEEN ORDERED. We have a new manager from Wyoming who says he'll be the permanent Boss from now on. I'll believe it when I see it. The "Boss" has changed every year I've been doing this!! I also spoke with Larry, our delivery guy. I have his personal phone number so I can harass him mercilessly to make sure he gets there on time!!
By the way, it wasn't very nice of me to speak badly of the dead ... meaning the infamous Castro of Cuba. I should have wished him peace ... instead I will wish him the same kindness he bestowed on his people. Does anyone know who will be taking his place?
The rain continues, as does the crazy realm of television shows I'll be watching today. You probably know what I'm having for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Maybe I'll make a quick run to McDonalds.