Another week passed already, tomorrow my birthday (for some reason, I am actually looking forward to it) and Superbowl Sunday follows.
Meanwhile, the "Day of Departure" in Egypt where the demand for Mubarak to quit intensifies today, allegedly, anyway. Interested that the nation's Army isn't trying to stop them from protesting.
Have you ever bought a Subway sandwich, eaten half of it and put the other half in the refrigerator for the next day? I do that frequently, but gag me with a silver spoon if it doesn't get somewhat soggy by the next morning. It's cheaper to buy the footlong and it halves at different times - I'm not going to eat a foot long sub as I used to, not very good for a diet.
So, here's the local news of the day: we're all complaining about how cold it is, lol. I think the high yesterday was 49, pretty much unheard of in these parts. The high today is supposed to be in the low 50's, still cold by AZ desert dwellers standards. It's around 30 degrees right now and "feels like" 24. I just think it feels cold. I am not a big fan of having to go out there in this cold and start loading up a truck in the dark.
No, not at all. Which is exactly what I have to do in a few minutes. Oh, the trailer tenants: they got a food box from the Salvation Army, I think it was, they even delivered it. It came with a 20 pound turkey. Cooking that tomorrow and using the leftovers to make Devonshire sandwiches on Steelers-Win-Their-7th-Superbowl-Trophy Sunday. Lol.