Time for an update on my health and my battle with my weight. I turned myself over to the angels at Benchmark Medical Group in Windsor in May and had lost 140 pounds...before the holidays. My last weigh in before my Christmas vacation was on December 21 and I was at 196 lbs.
The greatest joy in my life was becoming a parent followed closely by becoming a grandparent and then that Hall of Fame thing to round out the top three. I have the three most wonderful grandchildren in the world and I am so blessed to get to be their Papa.
The big talk everywhere this week has been Oprah and her speech at the Golden Globe Awards. There are many people pushing for her to run for the oval office in 2020. That would certainly make for an interesting campaign trail that is for sure.
This year will be our 10th Good Morning Guys Habajeeba Good Time Variety Happy Hour Comedy Show and we have made some amazing memories over the years. I expect we will make some more great memories on January 26th at the UCCC in Greeley when we bring this years show to another sold out crowd.
I admit that I tend to remember old fast food commercials better than I do state capitals or important things. I can sing old Burger King or McDonald's jingles but can't point to South Africa on a map. It is sad but true.
There would be no me if there hadn't been an Elvis. I idolized that man as a child and wanted to be like Elvis more than anything in the world. I would spend every penny I had on Elvis records and would pretend I was him doing shows for my neighbors in my backyard.
It seems like Reba has been making number one records for as long as I can remember. It hasn't been that long but she did first hit the pinnacle of the Billboard chart when I was just a junior in high school. Wow! Now that has been awhile.
This year The Good Morning Guys will begin our 30th year together here at K99. I can't believe how fast the time has gone. We have been blessed to have an amazing, more than you could ever dream of, career here at K99 but feel we have many years left to tear it up.
Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner quickly came out against the actions made by the Department of Justice on Thursday, and the DOJ has hinted that further steps could be taken against states that have made marijuana legal.