Well, it’s been an odd Festivus.
We had all sorts of meteorological unrest forecast for today—indeed, it still is—but I’ve been watching the hour-by-hour forecast get tamer and tamer. I still think a tornado watch is likely for some portion of the evening, but this time yesterday it looked like it might be yellow alert from noon to midnight today.
Oh, well. Potential shelter duty at church later tonight keeps me from having an eggnog too early, I suppose.
Christmas cards have fallen to tomorrow morning. So, definitely Christmas season cards. It’s not you; it’s me.
Tough fall and early winter in some ways. Lots of room for improvement going forward. I’m thankful I can see it that way more of the time than I could a month ago.
It’s about that time, dudes and dolls. If it’s not done, you need to begin turning loose of it.
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