Welcome to the forum, mrshaund, and congrats on the Wurlitzer!
I'm fairly new myself, so my suggestions are going to be limited. The one thing I would do is hop on the Alfred's Book 1 thread
and say Hi to the folks there. Having access to a group of people whom you know are playing or have played the pieces you are working through makes a big difference in terms of motivation and support.
Two other nice places to visit, depending on your recollection of music theory, would be musictheory.net
and possibly this coursera course on Getting Started with Music Theory
. A brush-up on theory may help bring back those highschool lessons, and it's not covered in nearly as much detail in the Alfreds books. At least not from what little I've seen in the first one.
Other than that, I've got nothin'
-- oh, except have fun and enjoy the journey! Edit:
Oh wait, I just remembered the MOYD thread. It's too late to sign up for MOYD 2018
, but you can certainly get in on the 2019 thread when it starts up in January. MOYD stands for "Master of Your own Destiny" and it's basically a practice accountability system. If you participate all year you get a special MOYD image to place in your signature. Participation rules can be found in the 2018 thread.