Be sure and visit Keely, she has the gift that keeps on giving.
So...where the hell have I been?
Last week, my daughter had her senior pictures taken and took her saxophone along for some shots. Her
On Thanksgiving Eve (yes, it's okay to call it that) our family all got new cell phones and new cell phone service! Yay! We are now a Verizon Wireless family. I do have to say that if you live anywhere near Sacramento, the Natomas Verizon Store has the ultimate in customer service. Our CSR, Freddie P, was a pure delight and a consummate professional. After four years with the previous company, we now actually have service inside our house. It got pretty cold standing on the back patio in my underwear in the dead of winter just so I could have enough signal to actually call someone and have a conversation (nah, I would never do that would I? I'd at least put on socks).
I have the new Blackberry Curve 8530 in smoky violet (doesn't that sound sexy?) and Hubby has it in black. The girls all have the LG enV Touch. I am not being compensated for mentioning any of this; we are just really happy with the service and products. Customer service ain't what it used ta be, and so I feel compelled to affirm it when it is good.
Thanksgiving Eve night, we went to see the Sacramento Kings play at Arco Arena. They've had a good season so far and we always enjoy the games.
Me and Hubby at the Kings game - Go Kings!
On Thanksgiving morning, for the second year in a row, my youngest daughter CL, her bff, and I ran the Sacramento Run To Feed The Hungry 5K. My goal this year was to improve my time from last year, which was so lame that I should have been able to crawl and beat it. If you want to read about my experience last year, it can be found here. The unofficial race results are posted online here. I was in the female 40-44 age bracket. Here are my stats:
|Name ||City || |
|NeCole Scott ||Antelope CA || |
The day of the race, I was listed 92nd and the only thing I can figure out is that two ladies who didn't want to give their ages initially, decided to go to the officials and give their ages so that they could be included in the appropriate group. SEE, sometimes it's okay to give your real age or you might miss out on something good.
This year, we arrived early enough to enjoy some of the pre-race festivities. We met up with a reinllamadeer.
Me and the reinllamadeerI had my picture taken with the KCRA morning anchor team Deirdre Fitzpatrick and Chris Riva.
Deirdre, me and Chris - Chris let me hold his microphone!
And of course, here I am with my two faithful race buddies (who promptly ditched me after this picture was taken.).
CL's BFF, me, CL - they only look sweet and innocent, ha!
The race sponsors again provided free drinks and snacks after the race. I love the combination of getting my charitableness on, running (exercise) and hanging out with my kid. I hope to make this a long-term tradition. After the race, we went home and cooked a small simple Thanksgiving dinner and watched football. My husband didn't cook this year, but he did do the dishes (which was even better).
The rest of the week and weekend was low key, I am not a Black Friday adventurer. We did put up the Christmas tree - it's nine freakin feet tall!
So I'll try to be better committed with posting, BTW, thanks to all of you who are reading and commenting. It's been very encouraging for me and I really appreciate your support and kind words. That's all of my random for now. Catch you on the flip-flop.