Reading a book a week. Just finished week 10. Read: 7 Weeks to 50 Pull-Ups by Brett Stewart.
Reading a book a week. Just finished week nine. Seriously…I’m Kidding by Ellen DeGeneres. Why? Because it was free and she’s like the female Tom Hanks, everybody likes her.
I travel with everything I own, because I don’t have a home, I just travel. So I prefer to have my stuff on my back. My travel companion prefers to have hers on wheels. We both thought we had it best. But she couldn’t do stairs, ext., and I pooped doing long flat city walks, ext.. So then it hit me, there has to be a bag with both. But while I’m at it, why not pursue my other desire to be fully carry on for planes. A wheely bag, that’s a backpack, and maximum carry on size. Well I found the bag, and at Target of all places, but light and quality made. Traveling just got easier.
Reading a book a week. Just finished week eight. Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life by Neil Strauss. It has inspired me more then I will admit.
I know it’s not Mexican food, but whatever it is, It’s my favorite fast food, and I haven’t had it in years! I always get the same thing, even today: double decker, tostada, and Mexican pizza. Mmmm…
I’m inside the Harris Casino in Lake Tahoe were my Mom and Dad spent their honeymoon.
I’m in Lake Tahoe.
Reading a book a week. Just finished week seven. I Hate Everyone…Starting with Me by Joan Rivers. And it was the first book I read on my new Kindle Touch, I love that thing.
I’m in Idaho. Visiting my Aunt Gloria and Uncle Bob. Got to see my Cousin Rod also. My Dad and I drove up there from California to have a memorial for my recently passed away Grandpa. My Grandpa was awesome.
In Escondido, California, when I was a younger lad, I would always buy a box of black licorice at the movie theater, the same box pictured, the candy was hard, and it would last the whole movie, it’s subtle flavor wouldn’t get old, but I haven’t seen them at the movies for over a decade. I notice some at a quickie mart in Nevada, had to buy, first time in eons, still just as good!
I’m in Oregon.