I just wanted to say a warm wishes to all my fellow bloggers out there and Happy Christmas. I hope you all have a wonderful holidays. While I was thinking about creating this post I was searching for a few Mustang related Christmas items, I have loaded a few of my favourites here. I’m not so sure I would get away with hanging a Mustang ornaments from our Christmas tree, but I might sneak one two on there next year!
Things have been busy over the Christmas and the New Year holidays.
Most of last week the garage has been emptied and space has been made to get my classic home. I have measured the space and it’s gonna be TIGHT. The weather is bad and the damp is causing issues on the work I have done so far, so some of the work on the polished steel needs to be done again. Not best pleased but that’s what happens when it’s outside. Hopefully it will be in the dry and will be lot happier. I will be able to work on it in the garage till late as there is a light. Not much room around her but I will have to get her mobile and be able to move her in and out of the garage on her own. Saturday will be a busy mental day. Will I get her in? I will let you know!
Christmas Poll Results:
This make very interesting reading, OK so it’s not a massive countrywide or worldwide poll, its only the people who voted. The holiday is supposed to be the celebrating the Birth of Christ, but it has become so commercialised and the world we live in has become so stressful, are these results unexpected?
I was surprised a little but not shocked. I will let you make your own minds up!
Time of Work = 38%
Being with Friends and Family = 25%
Giving & Receiving Presents = 25%
Food & Drink = 13%
Religious Celebrations = 0%
Thanks to all those that took time to vote. I will leave the best looking Mustang running as there is no need for a time limit along with the best car chase ever.
Keep up the New Year resolutions – or have they all been dumped already? 🙁
Why did you take the tools with you? Did I hear you ask, OK perhaps you didn’t then!
Anyway, I had been working away for a couple of days and stayed in a great hotel. As I was on my own (Billy no mates), It gave me time to work on blog in the hotel room, I know I should be drinking beer etc. Moving on, as a result of the time on my own I could work on the latest review of the American Autowire (AAW) Crimps that compliment the American Autowire Upgrade kit I install and reviewed. The crimping tools review is found under the “Tool Reviews” button and the Wiring Loom is found under the “Part Reviews” button now located on the home bar at the top.
I took the tools with me as I find it a lot easier to write about them when they are to hand, plus the fact they are only small and didn’t take up to much room. See, there was a logical explanation 🙂
Not long now for Christmas Day, I will be looking forward to a nice break over the holidays and get a few hours in on the car. Maybe Boxing Day would be ideal. I have no intention of going to the sales, unless there are some Mustang bits in it for me!