My Favorite Westerns

A Celebration of Western Movies … Pardner!

It was a bit of a ruff Christmas for Rose and I.
Shoveling snow after a huge snowstorm here I had a mild heart attack (there is such a thing, right?)
Then Rose slipped and suffered a bad head injury.
She spent 2 days in the hospital undergoing a battery of tests.
She’s out now, but she’s is not going to recover quickly.
This kind of wrecked an already underwhelming Christmas for us.
BUT … we are OK.
On we go.


Confession time:
I was always a huge Doris Day fan.
I was a kid through most of her career, but I loved her.
Still do.

Doris Day dead – Hollywood legend dies aged 97 from pneumonia after 80 year career

Carry on folks.
A new day awaits.

6 thoughts on “Chasin’ them Ol’ Covid Blues 2020 …

  1. Colin says:

    That sounds like a pretty dreadful Christmas, although it could obviously have been worse. Best wishes to you both and I sincerely hope 2021 brings something better.

    1. jcalberta says:

      Thanks Colin. We’re gonna be OK. We’re not that easy to kill.
      (Who said that anyway?) LoL!
      Hope you and yours will be well and have a Great New Year!

  2. Don Ostertag says:

    Sorry to hear about Rose’s fall. Been there, done that, No fun at all.
    PS: Totally agree with you on Doris Day.

  3. My heart and prayers go out to you and Rose. Please rest and hire someone to plow the snow. If anyone could cheer you up it would be Doris.

    1. jcalberta says:

      Thank you Cindy! I don’t think this ranks up with what you’ve been through though.
      Yeah, we did find a guy to plow most of this stuff for us. Otherwise we’d probably
      be lying out there somewhere doing snow angels.

      1. Stay warm and safe. 🙂

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: