*there is coffee in my mug again, takes a sip, gets ready for a new post*
Hey everyone! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.
And hopefully you had plenty of pie. Yes, there is a piece of my homemade apple pie underneath all of that creamy Cool Whip.
And next to this piece of pie is obviously some coffee. You can't have pie without coffee. It would be like having a peanut butter sandwich without the peanut butter.
*takes a sip*
Since taking a two-plus week off break I feel a bit more energized, and I am back to blogging on here again.
Not that I didn't like my two-week vacation. I was able to tackle a lot of stuff I have been wanting to do. So, I may take some time off here and there and do it again.
One of my biggest projects I wanted to tackle was finally getting my Eli Manning collection added to TCDB. I don't use the website to its full potential with trading, threads, etc, but I do enjoy the player checklists and seeing where I rank with my collections.
Most of the collections I have added so far on there I am ranked #1 with, I will tackle that on here another day, but I knew ahead of time that my Eli collection wouldn't beat out the top guys.
Eli has a total of 11,431 cards so far. It appears that Panini will be adding more of him this year to that number. I have 885 of those cards (more on this in a second) which equals 7.7% complete.
These numbers put me in third place on TCDB for Eli Manning with a nice gap from the 4th place person.
Now back to my numbers.
Besides what TCDB says I have, there were also 22 unaccounted cards I couldn't add to the website. These cards are ones that are not listed on the site and others that I have duplicates of that have a different numbering. For example, a card numbered 22/100 and a card numbered 57/100. I count these as two different cards because it's two different numberings. I couldn't figure out how to double up the cards on there but I would rather keep it the way it is anyways.
So, if you add 885 plus 22 that brings me to 907 Eli Mannings. This finally brings me over the 900 threshold and the countdown to 1,000 begins.
That's something to celebrate......with some more coffee.
*finishes up final sip in cup, brews the next cup and gets ready to finish up today's post*
Just wanted to thank you all for coming and reading today's post.
I want to know your favorite Thanksgiving pie in comments along with your biggest collection on TCDB and your ranking for that player.
Have a great Monday.
*Coffee Card Blogger Out*