This and that

So, got the ‘rents here for the holidays. Yay me. At least this time they brought their trailer so they don’t have to stay in the house. We did get to spend all day yesterday trying to make their direct TV work, so that was fun. As it tuns out, after 3 hours of tuning, we still weren’t able to get the dish pointed at the sats correctly so we ran cable to them instead.

But, doing that put me farther behind than I was going into Saturday, which I spent half of helping Sis prep for my brother-in-laws birthday (the big four-oh baby). That was ok too, as I managed to get an Irish Car bomb out of the deal.

Still have to finish Christmas shoppping, still have to get a tree and still have to complete this years Holiday Music CD. I need like 1 more 1/2 day in my week this week, so if anyone has extra, please let me know.

Other things have happened that I’m not at all happy about, neither is at least one w(t)f reader. Funny thing is that there is probably 1 w(t)f reader out there that is. Guess I’ll just have to wait and see what happens.

This might be it, short of any more really cool stories that I might digg, until after the holidays. Although I’m not really sure what could beat the 40mpg Audi A8 Diesel going 800 miles, if there is something, don’t worry, I’ll be sure to share.

Have a great holiday everyone!

Published by Don

Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

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