Resolutions are a bust with me. They seem to revolve around my penchant for food. If it involves high calories, I'll never have the self control to give it up. So why bother with healthy resolutions.
Here's my first guilty pleasure of 2019. Yup ... Colonel Sanders chicken tenders with cole slaw. Not wanting to be TOO fool hardy, I'm making my order last for three meals. I can taste it even at 5:00 am because that's what I'm having for breakfast.
Chilly news for the west coast ... it's down to 32 degrees every night with frost on the pumpkin. I guess that's better than snow, which happens to be covering the Lost Horse Ranch in Arizona. Pictures tomorrow.
I wasn't all that gung ho to get pictures of my clean rig, but I braved the chilly air to take just one. Look ... those white stripes are coming back already. SO frustrating!!
It was so cold, I didn't even stick my toe out the door the rest of the day. It was just too cozy sitting in front of the fireplace watching the Rose Parade. This was the most fabulous float of the day. It's the trains celebrating their railroad connection in Utah.
Unlike most floats, this one went from start to finish in just 2-1/2 weeks. That's crazy when you think most of them take 7 or 8 months.
Unfortunately, we didn't get a very good look as a small fire caused the fast exit of all personnel. In no time at all, it was parked at the roadside, not even able to make the first big turn. Why is this so interesting? Because our Golden Spike group will be heading to Utah for the REAL celebration in May.
I would love to say my second guilty pleasure was one of those chocolate covered marshmallows, but alas, I have already packed them away in the rig. My once full freezer only contains Jonathan food.
The bad news is the New Year didn't bring any more memory cells. I've been doing everything based on a Thursday departure. It's a good thing I double and triple check, because this morning I discovered it's on the calendar for FRIDAY.
That gives me time to take the truck for an oil change and get the Jeep a new battery. New life for the New Year!! I'm hoping the New Year brings a little more money into my wallet to pay for all these new lives.