Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Santa is Pressing his Coat

Greetings from muggy Texas. Temps are in the upper 60's low 70's with fog and humidities in the 90' it "ain't" all perfect but it it Texas.

Family is gathering for Christmas. It has been busy here and to boot I got hurt last week, pinned between a tractor and a truckload of hay. It hurt like heck, but no internal damage or broken bones. God watches over fools, children and foolish children. (I fit the last group). My bruising is almost gone and the pain is tolerable allowing me to wear real pants for most of the day but still sore.

We will pick up our seafood tomorrow, Thursday, for the gumbo and Snow Crab legs feast. We will throw in a few steaks for those who are not big fans of seafood, you know who you are! I will donate most of my crab since we get them at the casino for free every Friday.

Quiet here today. It is kind of a gloomy, damp day. Shorts and shirtsleeves for sure.

Anyway, all is well. Shari is doing fine and I will be very soon. Please visit my web site to see our holiday page which will include Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's photos.

Be safe and enjoy the season!


Rod and Loyce Ivers said...

Ouch! I hate it when stuff like that happens. You go over and over it in your mind trying to figure out what you did wrong to let that happen. Thank goodness no permanent damage!

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Sam&Donna Weibel said...

Whoa, tractors are not to be taken lightly, Have had friends hurt seriously for one minutes inattention
Glad to hear you are recovering fully, Merry Christmas, Sam & Donna.

LakeConroePenny,TX said...

Whew! I am so glad that you didn't permanently damage anything really important. Great that you are getting better.
Is the tractor OK? (Not a very good joke.)

We are having lovely weather here, no fog, or humidity, though overcast. You aren't sending us coastal rain are you?
But any weather that is not damp, and over 60 deg. is good for me in the winter time.
Shame the summers have to be so humid.

Best wishes to you and yours, and have a safe holiday. Penny, Up The Road on Lake Conroe.

Beth (CC) said...

Thank goodness God looks out for us! Take your time letting your body heal- and have a Merry Christmas!

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