Thursday, November 24, 2005
Almost 2am and I'm wide awake. Sometimes I get hyper at night, especially if I work late. Tonight I worked 6pm to 11pm, so now I'm full of energy. So I just want to pause and say Happy Thanksgiving to anyone in America or from America, and just happy day to those of you in other countries. I have a tradition with myself every year on Thanksgiving, and it is to get up early and make myself a special breakfast (pancakes or French toast or eggs...something big and wonderful), and then I snuggle up under a blankie and watch the Macy's Parade. One of my favorite things all year, which is ironic, because Thanksgiving is actually my least favorite holiday. But I love that parade. Maybe I'll take the dogs to the beach later too. The weather has been heavenly in San Diego. Up until today when the afternoon was a bit overcast, and the evening had fog rolling in, it has been Santa Ana winds and sunshine like a summer day. I love that. Summer in November--yes. I'm not a cold weather type. I don't ski or anything (skiing is all about good lodge. Fritos with chili and several cocktails, hehe), and I would just hate living someplace where it rained a lot or snowed a lot. That's the great thing about San Diego--I can drive up to the mountains if I feel like seeing white, I can drive out to the desert if I feel like it (not a chance), or I can cling to the ocean (oh definitely). Ah, that's nice.