Monday, December 31, 2007
2007 best and worst things for Jim
10.Winning the Texas lottery
9. Blogging and YouTubing (+ adding a new blog)
8. Making new rule for cell phone etiquette in restaurants
7. Getting a new camera for Christmas
6. Going to the Texas Bowl college football game
5. Going to Ireland (the six days before my fall)
4. Going to Scotland and Isle of Man
3. Playing golf at Turnberry, Scotland
2. Being in Guatemala at the orphanage
1. Married another year to Mrs. Jim, in February we will have been married 35 years
6. Squandering all my lottery winnings
5. Closing down profile links to four blogs
4. Being sick with Montezuma's Guatemalan cousin's revenge
3. The fall in Ireland which dislocated my finger and broke my kneecap
2. Not playing much golf this year
1. Deaths of four family members
Happy New Year!
Think I was quiet on the lottery thing!
Happy New Year to Jim and Mrs. Jim.
I think we all have good and bad things that happen to us during the year...Glad you and Mrs. Jim are still married. TF and I have been married for 36 years. Best thing I ever did.
Mrs Jim ever apologize for shoving you down the stairs? :)
How many $ did you squander?. You might as well have stayed in farming if you were going to throw money away.
I wish you a blessed New Year Jim, and all your family. I hope you don't have any falls or pains or anything icky this year!!
Anyway, yeah I'm in beeville texas.....and if you don't mind I will add all of your blogs to all my blogs too so I can visit your place.
You blog are very nice and I love reading it....So I will add yours probably later today, after all my work here.... Anyway, take care and you all have a great time.
Thank you so much for the tip on the eye caps - Lutein. Why do not OUR optometrists tell us about it. I will point that out next time I am there, which won't be long. I had a look on Google and will look for it next shopping day. I know it won't cure, but may slow it a bit.
Take care Jim, and a very happy healthy and joyful new year in 2008
Warmest regards, Merle.
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