So this is the new year...
Live it up because according to the Mayans we only have about 11 1/2 months to enjoy existence. I don't buy it, but there seem to be plenty that do. As someone pointed out earlier, if the Mayans were so good at predicting the future wouldn't there still be Mayans around?
Anyway, I'm hoping for less traveling this new year. 2011 closed out with a lot of driving.
Brian's coming into town tomorrow for the next few days. I'm pretty excited. Mostly because someone finally decided to come visit us, and also because I really enjoy hanging out with Brian.
Bold predictions for 2012:
1) the world won't end
2) some talentless hack is going to make a lot of money
3) the Packers are going to win the Super Bowl
4) the NBA will fight to remain relevant
Sounds like 2012 will be a lot like 2011.
Anyone remember when our dryer broke causing us to go to Florida to do our laundry? Well, that trip also left us with two un-carved pumpkins in the month of November. Whole pumpkins are the equivalent of unused milk or an uneaten bag of chips that you were really looking forward to scarfing down, but they got lost behind the cereal boxes and pancake mix while you were putting up groceries.
It's time to update the GOPFL standing. Saturday's debate was called on a count of football, which means that the last draft's selections were carried over into Saturday's debate. Candidates are starting to separate themselves, but interesting enough, Gingrich is gaining ground and has overtaken Herman Cain for the #2 spot behind Romney.