Category Archives: Holidays

Columbus Day – The Ultimate Insult

When I was a kid in elementary school, I was required to memorize a poem about Christopher Columbus. I’m sure a lot of you learned the same poem. In case you have forgotten, it starts like this: In fourteen hundred … Continue reading

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Keep Those Cards and Letters Coming! Or Not!

Do you receive letters this time of year from family or friends that enumerate all their significant events of the past year? Some of the events are wonderful and some of the events are horrific. For some reason, these people … Continue reading

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‘Twas the Week of Thanksgiving

Let me say from the very beginning, I don’t need a day or a week to be thankful for what I have. My life is so good, I am thankful every morning when I rise that I have another day … Continue reading

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Epiphany – A Moment of Sudden Revelation or Insight

Today is known in the Christian liturgical year as Epiphany. ┬áIt is also referred to as the Twelfth Night, signifying the last of the Twelve Days of Christmas, when the lover gives someone “twelve drummers drumming” (what else are drummers … Continue reading

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