Well I hope everyone is as full as I am. Geez. Two days of amazing dinners. Christmas Eve was filling enough to last me a week.
Christmas Eve was nice with my daughter. We went and attended Rogue One and I think it was a bit much for her. Probably too adult of a film for her. My wife wasn’t feeling well and she kept communicating with me on my Apple Watch saying she wasn’t sure if she was up for entertaining but wanted my daughter to have her gifts. End of the movie arrives and my wife confirms that she wants to go ahead and have everyone over.
Some Pepto and Probiotics, add about sixteen people, and the evening was a good time. My wife made one hell of a dinner and did an excellent job of entertaining.
I woke up at 2:30 am with the heartburn or some burning throat reflux. I tried to go back to sleep and woke up again at 3:30 – except this time it was plarf in the toilet. Way to start Christmas right!?!?
Woke up at 6 am to enjoy a bit of time to myself. It’s my calibration time to usually write on this blog, respond to emails, and catch up on news. Soon everybody else was awake and Christmas day was off and running.
I sincerely enjoy the time with my family and friends. That to me is what Christmas is all about. I could care less what people get as gifts. I’d rather hear about the time that you had with family. I’m extremely blessed to have people that I enjoy being around.
Julie, Colin, Hanna, Tom, and his mother all made it over for Christmas Day dinner. Along with the initial batch of living here kids. (Shown below). I don’t think I’ve ever had Tur-Dunken. First time for everything.
Today. I got the go-ahead for some golf. I’m going to meet up at Sycuan and we’ll maybe go on out to Steele Canyon with a couple of other guys.