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Sunday, November 15 – A Lazy Day


WE had every intention in moving on today, but we were  just not in the mood to travel, so we didn’t. That is one of the wonderful things about our lifestyle.

We can change our minds very easy. Most of the time we have no set plans that can’t be molded to our moods. They say  “Plans are made in Jell-O”.

So we had a very lazy day.

Jesse went out to the casino to let them know we were staying one more night and to get a newspaper. He wanted to look at the ads.

What I haven’t told anyone, the other day when we went to Oklahoma City, our GPS was stolen out of our truck. We are not sure how this happened. We had used it to find Bass Pro Shop and Jesse thought he took it out of the holder and put in away. When we were heading to Brian’s house we wanted to use it, but we couldn't find it. The next day when it was daylight we both searched the truck, but in was no where to be found. Nothing else was taken.

So today Jesse went out and purchased a new one. It’s a Garmin 265WT, with tax it cost $184.00. It doesn’t have as many features as our old one, the Garmin 750, which cost twice as much, but we didn’t use those anyway. This new one receives traffic news updates and will recalculate your route to avoid those areas.

The boys and I stayed home and straighten up and planned dinner.

I was watching the food channel and they were each making Thanksgiving dinner with a twist. It made me hungry for that type of meal, so I defrosted turkey cutlets. I lightly breaded them (no egg, just bread crumbs) and put them in a pan with a touch of olive oil. I made mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, cranberry sauce and tomatoes and cucumbers.  It was all tasty and WW friendly.

We watched our normal Sunday night shows before going off to bed.


6 more day to RGV


Doug & JoAnn said...

Happy Birthday, Ginger!!!!!!
Doug, JoAnn & Fillmore

Gypsy said...

I'm really sorry to hear that your GPS got stolen. I have always worried about that because even if you take it down and hide it, the holder is usually still on the windshield.