Monday, December 22, 2014

Boom! Last Load Of The Year

Well, the Christmas wish worked.  We got a load today to not only cover our fuel cost home, but one that also leaves us with a nice little profit.  This will be our last load of the year - boom lifts out of Central Washington state - two pieces, not too heavy, easy to load.  Ed is a happy man.

We really couldn't ask for a logistically better load - it's headed to Phoenix, just two hours from home.  We'll drop the freight and then head straight to the house to prepare for Christmas Eve.

Our friends are joining us for Christmas - the second year in a row, I'm so excited to have them - and I'll be cooking for a total of 17 people on Christmas Day, so I have a lot to do when I get there.  Actually, I think I might do my grocery shopping along the way home since I won't have any time to do it once I get there.  

My Christmas Day menu is set, but I still have to come up with something for Christmas Eve.  That shouldn't be too much of a problem though since I have hours and hours and hours of wide open road to think about it.

Thankfully, I work best under pressure.  

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2013: Do You Really Need To Ice Skate At The Mall??

2012: Christmas Score! 
2011: Iowa Beef Dresses Up For The Holidays
2010: Weather, Wyoming And Wings
2009: The End Is Not Just Near, It’s Here!!
2008: Keeping The Mountain On The Right Side Of The Fence
2007: Divine Intervention Comes A Little To Late
2006: General Delivery
2005: Frumpy To Nicole

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