Monday, December 31, 2018
It is 10:00 pm, and I didn’t have anywhere to go for New Year’s Eve. So, I stayed home, relaxing in my fleece PJs, robe, and slippers, and I did some blogging. I changed the channel to ABC’s Dick Clark Countdown in Times Square, NYC. It was noted that it has been raining and windy all day in NYC. Ryan Seacrest looks soaked, jumping up and down in the rain like a happy young boy. He actually looked happier and more relaxed than usual because he used to look tense and stiff. Jenny McCarthy looks Botox Galore that she almost looks like a young Joan Rivers with long blonde hair. Bands performed in cold rainy weather. I also noticed that New Year’s Eve Countdown is promoting Youtube videos because they are aware that everyone is watching Youtube videos instead of mainstream Zionist media on television.
Ryan stated that he will be hosting American Idol in March. Katy Perry and Lionel Ritchie will be the judges. I forgot who is the third judge. I am tired of that annoying reality show. It is really getting old. I made a cup of hot cocoa.
Irvine has had similar weather to NYC this week. It has been raining and windy all week here. Right now, at 10:40 pm, it is still windy. But I don’t know if it will rain tonight. It is now 11:00 pm.
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, California, many people are camping out in Pasadena, in very windy weather, waiting for the Rose Parade to start. It is also noted that the weather is very cold.
There are New Year’s Eve parties in downtown LA. DJs, bands, and neon lights has transformed LA into a disco party. The countdown will start again at 11:30 pm and end at 2:00 am.
11:11 pm: 48 degrees in Los Angeles and windy. And, it is between 40 and in the OC area. It appears to be cold but sunny.
London and Italy celebrated 2019 with large fireworks illuminating the dark sky. Mariah Carey and Paul McCartney are in the Caribbean for the New Year’s Eve Countdown.
As Christina Aguilera performs in monochromatic white outfit, she notes she is drenched in rain. Metallic streamers and confetti pour down over the crowd, along with the pouring rain, but everyone appears to be having fun and partying in the cold and wet night.
I decided to do a video of the countdown, starting from the last ten seconds, and I kept it recording for five minutes. The five-minute video is taking forever to upload. At 1:11 am, I have 25 minutes remaining.
Happy New Year 2019 from literally my home to yours!