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Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Jan-1

Happy New Year on new years day now.  44 here this morn, so light clothes needed to jog.

We got light rain for hours after daylight yesterday that wasn't forecast.  Got some brackets

and wire on a picture my wife got so we could hang it. 

Won't be able to get the wheel bearing pressed until probably Tuesday now.  I still like my Baja.

People are egging me on to get another car.  They're getting $4k to $5k for cars just like the Baja.

 Think I should at least wait until this bubble is over, that started with the virus.  Got my heated

glove working.

I believe this will be a very good year.  I'm coming out of two close deaths though, and lost my

Brandy along with my cousin the year before that.  Got this warm spell to fix my car in the Winter

to start the year.  We all have different lives but much of our lives are the same.  Seems like we are

all fairly happy.  I'm glad Finn recovered.

Ernie

Dad's farm in the 50s

  • Edited January 1, 2023 3:18 am  by  Cocoa60
JavaNY

From: JavaNY

Jan-1

The best in 2023 everyone. 

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Jan-2

Happy New Year all

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Jan-2

Hope everyone enjoyed a safe and smoke free New Year celebration....happy 2023

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jan-2

Same to you, Paul.   Wish I could say it was a balmy 80 degree day and sunny.   That would be more like an April Fool's Day posting.

January 2nd ~ it will be good to get things back to normal.   Taking some of the Christmas decor down.

Susan

  • Edited January 2, 2023 2:09 pm  by  Susan1206
Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jan-2

Happy New Year Kitty ~ or should I say, Happy January 2nd, 2023.

Taking down a bit of the Christmas decor ~ it is much more fun to put up....

Hope you and Brian had a lovely holiday.

Susan

Susan1206

From: Susan1206

Jan-2

Loved the picture of the farm.  Happy New Year.  Trying to learn the new I-Pad.  Will take a bit of coordinating with the phone and outdated computer.  We must keep up with new technology.  LOL

Susan

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Jan-3

Good morning Susan, Kitty, Paul, and all.  35 here, warm for January morning. 

Still working on Baja bearing and steering knuckle.  The bearing race had broken.

I'm lucky the wheel didn't lock up or come off.  The bolt that clamps the ball joint

into the steering knuckle broke while I tried to remove it so now trying to get the

broken bolt out with torch and easy out.

Brother got out of hospital when his blood pressure dropped.  Our sister is with

him for now. 

I've never used an I-pad, sounds like an Apple product.  I've stuck with DOS so far.

We've taken down some of our decorations.  Labeling our LED lights.  Soon you

won't be able to give away bulb type lights, take to much power for the new electric

rates. 

Happy to be alive and fairly healthy for the beginning of 2023.  I remember taking out

a life insurance policy in 1973 that matured in 2020, was hard for me to imagine 2020

ever coming about.  I cashed in that policy eventually to pay college tuition.  Now 2023

and still alive though many are gone.

Enjoy a super day all. 

Ernie

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

Jan-3

Good to hear about your brother, Ernie.

Supposed to be a high of 62 tomorrow. That's not normal. 

And in 1973, 2020 was supposed to have flying cars. Though apart from that, I guess much of the computer and medical expectations came true. 

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