It's cold and windy here in SoCal this morning. Cold being a relative term, as today's high will ONLY be in the 60s. Every year on December 31, many thousands of people camp out overnight on the sidewalks of the city of Pasadena, overnight low temperature in the 30s, to save a seat to watch the Rose Parade in person. The rest of the world watches the Rose Parade while packing their suitcases [we in SoCal realize we are weather wimps, and our cold isn't even close to the cold everywhere else]. Once the parade ends, the rumble of vehicles headed to SoCal has been rumored to set off a chain of earthquakes here.
I live about 50 miles from Pasadena. On January 1, my family has a tradition of watching the Rose Parade on television [because we're too wimpy to spend the night on the street in the cold] while taking down our Christmas tree and decorations. That's what I'll be doing today.
Just for fun, I thought I'd give a summary of this blog since 3/23/2014 when I started.
Small claims trials can be head shakers
A to Z reflections 2015
No photography in court
Respect the lady in the wheelchair
As of this post, my blog has 123 posts.
My top 10 countries for blog visitors, most common first:
My IT husband says the Brunei hits [which just started showing up in the last 7-10 days] are probably people trying to hack into the Google server. I reported it to Google. Apparently it isn't something they care about too much.
I hope all my blog readers have a safe, healthy, happy, and prosperous new year!