Our Christmas tree is up and decorated. There's a ton of red with some gold and then more red. I just love red.
I don't watch a lot of television. Well I guess I don't watch any. We have Netflix and hubby and I have been watching the original Hawaii Five-O. It's pretty good too. I look forward to each evening we're home watching a new episode.
My mother fixed Thanksgiving/Christmas dinner for years and years. She died when she was sixty of Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS). I'm sixty one and I'm pretty young. I learned how to fix dinner just like she made. It's been the best thing I've ever done (well outside of being with hubby). Mom is here every single holiday meal. I sure do miss her, as she was not only my mother, but a good friend too.
Hubby and I have decided that each of us will quit volunteering in December 1016. You'll find us in Hawaii the entire month of January 1017. In other words all our obligations end in December 2016.
Next weekend is a yachting weekend. First there is the change of watch at The Point Waterfront Restaurant on Friday evening and then the lighted boat parade on Saturday evening. I will conduct the ceremony by relieving all the 2012 officers and board of all duties and swearing in all the new officers and board for 2013. It's my last duty as Staff Commodore.
For those that said prayers for Joe Warnock (cancer) I thank you. He passed away this past weekend. Much love to Marilyn Warnock. Joe was a past commodore of Delta Marina Yacht Club.
Have a terrific day and week everyone.