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Oh man...tonights game against the packers was tense! The satellite signal wasnt strong for ESPN and so I lost the game off and on but I managed to watch the game throughout.
I really thought the Bears were going to lose when they were down by 11 points. They weren't playing very well and Kyle Orton needs to learn how to use his eyes...HE STARES DOWN HIS RECEIVERS.
But I digress. The Bears truly kicked up intensity at the end of the game. Peterson's horse collar foul almost screwed em but props to the team for blocking that freakin field goal attempt!
Great....Anheuser-Busch has been bought by InBev for 52 billion. The Great American Lager is no more....way to sell out America. America...we are pnwd.
As you may or may not know, I work for CNET. Today they just announced that CNET was acquired by CBS for $1.8B. Exciting changes but could be interesting to see what happens to my division.
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Had an amazing time going to Calico to run with fellow NAXJA members. We were finishing with Odessa Canyon and Doran by 2:30 and we then hit the Calico Ghost town for a little family fun. Gianna loves to go offroading because she loves the rocking back n forth.
Here is a video composed by Kevin Hedstrom which really had great music and shows what Calico has to offer:
We had a super time visiting family and friends this year for the holidays. Gianna got to meet Great Grandpa Brown, Great Grandma Glasser, and a lot of aunts and uncles in Murphysboro. In Chicago, we took her to meet cousin Fay (Fay has been diagoned with Alzheimer's disease) on Christmas day. and Fay just loved her. Gianna got to see her cousin Sage in Elgin, and stayed up late with Grandma and Grandpa Lee, Cindy and Gary, and baby Connor on New Year's Eve.
I was pleasantly surprised by friend Linda's news that she and husband Greg are expecting identical twins!
Now Josh, Gianna and I are back in the swing of things and back to work. Josh is still with Cnet, and traveled to NYC for a week and a half before Christmas to get training on some new software. He is still active in NAXJ, and just installed the upper control arms I bought him for Christmas. I am now working 2 days a week for Santa Ana College-still teaching Music Arts to seniors at 3 different locations.
Happy New Year!!!!
Love Josh, Nicole and Gianna
Kevin put together this video of the weekend in Johnson Valley (The Motherland of all rockcrawling) for the Rockin XJ Jamboree (aka GoatFest).
I'm the one in the blue XJ with the black winch bumper and bent trackbar end.