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... amp; Linda are full-timers, and right now Jim & Laura are full-timers (they have their son & family living in their house for a while). Cedar Breaks is a very nice place to spend some time. You meet some very nice people.
Tomorrow we plan to go to breakfast at Sirloin Stockade for breakfast and then I'm going to attend the 11:00 service at the Georgetown First United Methodist Church.
We really didn't do much today. This morning after eating breakfast and getting dressed, we ventured out to Walmart to return a heater we had purchased earlier. It just didn't warm "G/G" like we wanted it too. We're trying not to use all of the propane, but don't think we can save much since it has been cold most of the time we've been here.
As it turned out, it's a good thing we are out in "G/G" right now. The storage facility where we have ...
Welcome to 2015. I've heard for years that what you do on New Years Day is what you will do the rest of the year. Well, then guess I'm not going to be doing much during this year. Also hope this doesn't apply to the weather, if so we are in for a very, very, very wet and dreary year. It started raining a little after midnight and rained off and on all night. Today it's drizzly and gray. Kind of like Seattle area, but colder!
... movie (BLENDED). It was a good movie and it made us laugh.
After the movie we watched the ball drop in Times Square, toasted friendships and parted. Another year gone and now a chance to make the new year better.
So once again HAPPY NEW YEAR and remember, it is said what you do on New Years Day sets the tone for the whole year, so Praise GOD always, be happy, have fun, love family and ...
... empty fields sucking crude out of the ground. Another very recognizable feature of Texas is brown....as in brown fields, brown grass, brown most everything that lives! That's why they have towns like Brownfield and Brownsville here. There's also a lot of farm country in good old Texas. They even have co-op gas stations and such. Wind farms seem to be springing up here as well but traditionally you can grow most anything here.
I made it into ...
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