Sunday, December 25, 2005
Holly & ivy
While my turkey day was laid back and quiet, this one promises to be a pendulum swing in the other direction. Last minute racing around at 3 grocery stores late yesterday evening already ensured that I'll be reaching for the Molotov cocktail of Tums, Pepto Bismol and Stolichnaya frequently as the clock ticks away ever so slowly.
The season of bad Santas, credit card orgies and an over-commercialized assault on what used to be a reason to celebrate family (blood or chosen/acquired) and embracing the little things that make life worthwhile have now left me more than a bit jaded, but watching reruns It's A Wonderful Life & Miracle On 34th Street always find a way to thaw the hardened shell on the surface.
So regardless of whether you're a Jew, Gentile, Buddhist, Muslim or whether you've been naughty or nice, I'd like to wish all my regular contributors, lurkers and fellow writers in the blogosphere a merry Christmas, a happy Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Diwali and everything in between. Stay safe out there.
- Will commented at 12/26/2005 02:56:00 PM~
Happy Holidays to you and yours, Ms. Princess!!! And thank you for starting a blog this year. You're always a literary breath of fresh, unpolluted air. And that says a lot living in New York. :)
- TriniPrincess commented at 12/27/2005 01:53:00 AM~
Right back at ya, Will! Thanks for always chiming in with your much-welcomed nuggets of encouragement. Hope you had a warm & non-stressful Christmas ;-)
- princessdominique commented at 1/03/2006 10:25:00 PM~
Happy New Year Princess! Do it up in '06!
- Berry commented at 1/10/2006 09:27:00 AM~
Knock, knock...anyone here? Happy New year.
- Stunner commented at 1/15/2006 06:41:00 AM~
Just checking out your blog. Nice blog. All the best for the year.
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