Monthly Archives: December 2004

Surviving Christmas It’s amazing to me the number of people that feel Christmas is something that needs to be survived. They breathe a sigh of relief and say things like, “Thank God that’s over.” I’m always sad to see Christmas … Continue reading

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“I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.” –Charles Dickens, Ebeneezer Scrooge, A Christmas Carol May all my loved ones find peace and beauty within, may the year ahead be filled with happiness … Continue reading

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Christmas Crooning Just what I need to put a swing in my Christmas… carols to snap along to :). Listen here. Early Morning Chit-Chat My mother called this morning to ask me what the weather was like. She had seen … Continue reading

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Countdown to Christmas There’s only two more nights until Christmas Eve. My shopping is all done, my wrapping is almost finished and there is a gentle, constant snowfall happening outside my window. The Tenches and the Georges are visiting this … Continue reading

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Snow Flakes That Stay on my Nose and Eyelashes… …how magical the world looks when it’s lit up by Christmas lights and a hot Tim Horton’s hot chocolate on the walk from the subway to work. The crinkle of tissue … Continue reading

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What’s Mine Is His I came home Friday night to discover Tay laying on the sofa in a state of half-deadness. Apparently, the flu that I had picked up early this week had made it’s way through his immune system … Continue reading

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Return of the Prodigal Blogger The past week has been a flurry of activity and the weekend ahead looks long and tempting. Last Monday we had a group of Hada guys over to play poker (No Limit Texas Hold Em) … Continue reading

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