“It’s Christmas once again in San Diego. There is not snowflake to be found . . . Oh, but we’ve got a lot of Christmas in our hearts!”
This song came over the radio here in northern San Diego County, and I couldn’t help but become incredibly cheery! It had been hard for Gina and I to get in the Christmas spirit being so far away from our families for the first time in our lives. Only two things kept our spirits lifted through Christmas Eve and Christmas Day…The incredible warm California sunshine (I heard it was single digits and snowing back in Wisconsin haha) and booze! Though Christmas has now passed and we’re all scrambling to fatten up our wallets (and liquor cabinets) for the inevitable New Years Eve Bash, we still wanted to share our holiday nonsense with you! We hope to bring some laughter to your day and remind you of some obvious reasons why you miss us very much! But first, I must apologize for the Snap Chat filters. Really, if you think about it, it’s kind of like a condom for your ears. I wouldn’t subject anyone to our singing without a little “protection”! Enjoy 😊
It all started Christmas Eve with two cheap bottles of wine. . .
We creeped around the RV park playing “Trailer Park Santa is Drunk” and delivered a package to our trailer park besties . . . To this day, I can’t figure out why they moved so far way from us haha! 😉
We sang Christmas carols . . .
And at some point, I began to obsess over this song . . .
And then it continued on Christmas day with bottomless mimosas (That I had to work exceptionally hard for) . . .
But it was worth it because it brought you this song one more time! Well, kinda the same song . . .
There you have it. You’re welcome, and I’m sorry lol. Whether you celebrated Christmas or not, I hope you got a kick out of this blog. If you didn’t, you’re lying! Gina and I wish you all the best for the rest of 2017! Only one more day of eating that extra piece of cake, not exercising, drinking your dinner, and swearing like a sailor! New Years Day is almost here, and those one month resolutions aren’t going to fulfill themselves! haha! Seriously, though. Set realistic and measurable goals for yourself this year. Tell your most blunt and brutally honest friend about your resolutions so they can hold you accountable and help motivate you past January! Try something new! Not only try something new, but try something new that terrifies you. Whether it’s going sky diving, stepping on every crack in the sidewalk, or quitting your job and traveling the states in an RV, challenge yourself! The only person that can make your 2018 better than 2017 is YOU. OWN IT.
Please forgive me for getting a little thick there, and enjoy this bonus video . . .