Ramblings of a Rambler – Nov. 2014
Hi Prime Timers!! Another month has rolled by. I hope you’re enjoying this beautiful fall weather. It won’t be long before the snow is falling. I don’t mind Colorado winters especially coming from NE Pennsylvania. Back home if we had any accumulation of snow it would hang around for a few weeks. Not so in Colorado. It comes one day, and for the most part is gone the next. . .
Happy Veterans Day! I hope everyone takes the time to reflect on the sacrifices our American Veterans make to keep us safe We owe everything to our Vets!!!
Election time again. This is an exciting election season. All the pundits have our major races as toss ups. They can go either way. I hope everyone took the time and voted. I love how Colorado sends mail ballots to everyone. There is no excuse for not voting. Its too easyl. . .
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It just may be my favorite holiday. I’m a big fan of turkey, stuffing and cranberries. This year will be a first. My Eagles will be playing the Cowboys on Thanksgiving day. I’m not sure how I feel about the game being played on Thanksgiving. I get nervous and anxious on Eagle game days. I hope I can enjoy both the dinner and the game.
The Bronco’s had a tough time in New England. The Rubber match will be for the AFC championship. . .
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