Posts Tagged: thanksgiving

Northern holidays

There are a number of things I enjoy about being clean-shaven, the least of which, surprisingly, that I look younger (on account of the beard containing substantially more of the famous Daniels family white hair than on the top of my head). Chief among those simple pleasures is eating, especially barbecue. And corn on the… Read more »

Turkey day every day

A not-quite lifetime ago, I awaited the holidays with a mixture of eagerness and solemnity (25¢ word!). My excitement, of course, was knowing I would get time off from work (except when I worked retail). My solemnity would come as I grew thoughtful and pensive during the holidays, a time for consideration and introspection for… Read more »

They’re around here somewhere

Normally, I don’t answer the phone when the caller isn’t identified and I don’t recognize the number. But, filled with the good spirit of the holidays and an eerie sense of familiarity, I did pick up on a local call yesterday. It was one of those, “I thought I recognized that number…” moments, as it turned out… Read more »

Life after Death

‘Tis the season, indeed! The next six weeks are traditionally reserved for holidays around families.  While being single and never married means I don’t have my own little fireplace gathering (as if we need fireplaces in South Florida), I still have family to spend the holidays with. Despite many tales of cheer revolving around my family… Read more »

The Top 10 “Things I’m Thankful For”

Holiday appropriate blogging begins now. The Top 10 Things I’m Thankful For: 10.    I’m thankful that I live in a state where snow is not only foreign, it’s downright illegal!  9.     I’m thankful that I’ve maintained a consistent weight and size for most of my adult life, allowing me to make the same fashion statement… Read more »

The day after Thanksgiving – from the inside

Tennis and spending four hours visiting my friend’s 5-month old skipped Day 4 of Shopping Week until this morning, but let’s see if I can squeeze two posts in today to get back “on track”.  After you… The biggest shopping day each year is no surprise to anyone, the day after Thanksgiving, where everyone usually… Read more »