It’s Boxing Day

And I am fighting to get my project in a state that can be released to Apple by week’s end. I worked until about 8pm Monday, worked a good five hours yesterday after returning home from ITP-Reader Betsy’s Drinkmas celebration, and I am fairly sure that I will be working late tonight. Subsequently, I am a “tentative” for tonight’s bowling gathering.

Santa couldn’t get through the fog to make it to my house, but I do have the first of many personal gifts on its way — and it may even be more unusual than my still-unrealized LA Fitness membership!

Oddly, this morning I realized that I missed the annual Euclid Avenue Yacht Club “White Trash Gingerbread Trailer” competition this year. I have seriously been working far too many hours and plan to make that stop soon.

Hope that you all had a Merry Christmas. I plan to return this blog to its former glory next year.

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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10 Responses to It’s Boxing Day

  1. Laura says:

    Are we still bowling tonight? If so, when? I’m leaving work early and Bob’s off today so we are fairly flexible.

  2. Barb says:

    I’d like to go bowling, but not sure what time I’ll get out of work (just like Paulie). Damn 3 day week with all my shippers thinking they have to get the product out by the end of the year……

    We had a nice laid back Christmas, just hung with Allan’s parents & ate too much. I’m thinking I need to go on a salad only diet. Did very scaled down presents, since we all buy ourselves what we want when we want it.
    All 4 of us got new shoes, all picked out by the person to wear them. That’s the kind of present I like, one that I know I’ll like!
    I did get a Patagonia not really puffy jacket that I I see all the cool kids wearing. But TJ got it from some bike connection so I don’t have to think they actually paid retail (those jackets are way too expensive).

  3. Steve says:

    Happy Boxing Day!!

    I’m still planning on bowling this evening- Debbie is a “maybe” as her back was out last night when she went to bed. We should be there by 6:30- I’m making her take the bus up from Newnan!!

    A fairly quiet Christmas. Met Debbie’s friend Meg in Gwinettia for some amazing Chinese- equal to Tasty China. We were the only “white people” there- full of Nationals. Then on to my brothers house nearby where we watched kids try to run model trains with too much adult supervision (and no, smart ass, not me!)

    Swam home to feed horses- Phinney was not happy about the late dinner, as I had to track him down and lead him to the run-in where I had placed his dinner out of the rain. I so love we FINALLY have a horse that uses the shelter we built.

    See you hurlers tonight.


  4. Steve says:

    If everyone is Iffy on the bowling, maybe we better try sometime this weekend?

  5. Laura says:

    We are open to whatever. Maybe Friday would be better?

  6. Barb says:

    Allan works Saturday, but Sunday is wide open for us.

  7. Barb says:

    and Steve – what was this Chinese place’s name & where was it?

  8. Debbie says:

    It was Fung Mai on Pleasant Hill on the east side of 85. The one “hot” dish we got wasn’t nearly as spicy as Tasty China, but the flavors were outstanding. Enormous menu, too.

    I’d prefer to wait on the bowling until I can move again. My back seized up when I got into the car leaving the restaurant. What the hell.

    Phinney and the girls are getting a late breakfast since it sounds brutal outside. I hate wind.

    Happy Boxing Day!

  9. Laura says:

    Okay, so no bowling tonight. Lemme know when it’s rescheduled. Debbie, sorry to hear about you’re back. Hope you feel better soon.

  10. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Not had time to catch up. Sadly no bowling for me.

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