Merry Christmas evuhbuddy

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Merry Christmas evuhbuddy

Postby jhwalker » Thu Dec 24, 2015 6:12 am

It is pretty quiet down here, we are enjoying Ryan's visit with his friend Brooke. Terri is working 1/2 days this week, thru today, and we might go to the Jardin (town center) to sing carols tonight. Terri will make a Christmas dinner tomorrow. Low key, mellow, turning to rot. :-D todo bien
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Re: Merry Christmas evuhbuddy

Postby SonicVenum » Thu Dec 24, 2015 10:59 am

Feliz Navidada, a todos! We're both off today. I have the pozole simmering on hour one of four. The tamales we prepped a few weeks ago will go into the steamer tomorrow morning. Tonight, we have a visit with my family. Tomorrow morning, we host Rach's family, and my mom. I hope everybody has fun!
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Re: Merry Christmas evuhbuddy

Postby jhwalker » Thu Dec 24, 2015 4:51 pm

Sounds tasty, Juan.

For Christmas dinner, Terri is cooking an ocho costillo pork roast for us, making garlic mashed potatoes, and bacon-wrapped esparagus. We will open one of the bottles of wine that we brought back from our 25th anny in Italy 8 years ago. We brought back enough cases that we can revisit that memory with a bottle or two a year, probably for the rest of my life... That was my one and only trip to Europe. There is too much USA and Mexico to see to go there again (IMHO). Today Terri has been playing her favorite Christmas music. Ryan and I have been working on the motorcycles. What a mellow day. This morning some folks whom I have been training in table tennis met me at the place where we play and they all wanted to see how they can do against me after a lot of training. I think in a couple of years I could be in trouble.

Ryan and Brooke went on a couple of hours gentle horse ride at the ranch down the hill, and we are heading out to a place we really like, Parrilla al rojo vivo , for rib-eyes and margaritas, and the owner will probably come out and play this funky stringed instrument that is somewhere between a guitar and a ukelele, and sing Mexican sad songs. If we are lucky.

I really like Christmas now that I don't really work. Hated it before because it was just another demand on my time. :whistle:
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