Monday, December 23, 2019

Home For The Holidays

Today begins the two weeks that a lot of people take off for the holidays, and that includes me.  Even semi-retired folk get a break (although unlike years past, it’s unpaid), and so until January 6, things here will be on a holiday schedule.  That means a post or two a day — yeah, I know, that’s been what I’ve been doing since I retired — but it will be less focused on the foibles of politics and more on enjoying the small things of life such as catching up with my writing, and of course my usual end-of-year summation of looking back and looking forward.  I’ll also include some memories of this year, which turned out to be a rather momentous one in terms of theatre, playwriting, and travel.

For my part, I’m staying home along the banks of Cutler Drain Canal C-100A and enjoying the warmth of friendship and Florida’s idea of winter.  Oh, and some cinnamon buns from Knaus Berry Farm.

4 barks and woofs on “Home For The Holidays

  1. We’ve already had 40 inches of snow, although some areas from around Munising to the Keweenaw already have exceeded 10 feet. On the other hand, the temperature is expected to be in the 40s for the next few days. Once again, here in the UP we anticipate that summer will be on a Wednesday. Enjoy the time off!

  2. Hey, wait a minute! You’re coming to see “The Folks” the day after New Years’ or so you’ve said. You might pack some cinnamon buns among the socks, two shirts and a couple of pairs of shorts or whatever underwear you deploy, plus a sweater for the cold winds of southern Ohio. So Happy New Year to you and see ya later alligator.

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