Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Nov 6 2016 A Sunday Morning ride to Cambridge.

Ok so I don't blog in over a month then I do it two days in a row. We're still waiting for word from the hospital relating to Arlene's release from the hospital. She did well and is, understandably, anxious to go home. Aside from that, I have been off from work for a week as I cut my finger on a slicer machine. This wasn't the first time though it may be my last time as I inch closer to complete retirement. In 46 years you are bound to have a mishap when working with sharp knives and slicers. This injury wasn't bad. I've had worse. No stitches were required. This is the fourth time in all my years that I have injured myself so in my line of work that's a pretty good average.

I did this before but this passed Sunday I took a ride into work and I made a very amateur video of my ride. Placing a small camera on my dashboard made things a bit shaky. I made this drive many times over the years as I have worked in this store many times more than any other. I was at this location from 2000-2011 and have worked their many time since 1971.
So this is essentially my ride to work.  

So that's it for now.
I'm outta here.


  1. I love those videos. I remember the ones when it snowed and you took us all with you on the trip in to wok. Loved it! Seriously. Was is wrong with Arlene? I hope to goodness all is well with the two of you.

  2. Great video seems a pleasant journey , I know it's a Sunday and looks quite quiet.
    Arlene hope she is well and healing .
    All the very Best.

  3. I do like most of your videos as they bring me to and through places I'll never travel in person. Will await to hear that Arlene is back home. Hospital stays suck. Ask me about slicing fingers. Sometime I'll tell my story. Yeow!

  4. Boston Boy, You must be a patient driver. I would probably be cussing at times. LOL. Please give Arlene a hug from me and tell her I wish you both well. Take care of each other ...true good friends are hard to find. Cutting yourself...that sounds so darn scary...could be very dangerous. Hope you never stop blogging. You keep all of us in the Boston area with's fun. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

  5. Wow oh my! Speedy recovery healing, my regards to Arleen. Glad she is better

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