‘Twas The Week Before Christmas That Was

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So next Sunday is Christmas, and the Sunday after that is New Year’s Day. Keep an eye on this week’s posts for any changes to the schedule.

Hasn’t seemed much like Christmas this year. That could be the way I perceive it, because I haven’t been out in 4 to 8 weeks, or maybe it’s because the people across the street haven’t put up their usual Christmas bacchanalia this year. I can’t figure out if it’s because their son isn’t aound to help Dad with it, or if Dad doesn’t want to ring up a huge electric bill. I’ll have to play some Christmas music to get me in the mood.

This is almost my favorite time of the year. My absolute favorite is the week between Christmas and New Year’s, because then you can say “I’ll get to that in the New Year” and really mean it. I used to work for a division of Dun and Bradstreet, and they always gave us that week off, with pay. More companies should do that. Actually, I’m not even sure D&B does it anymore.

Nothing more to add, so let’s move on to…

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And that wraps up this edition of The Week That Was.

11 thoughts on “‘Twas The Week Before Christmas That Was

  1. Christmas lights make the season bright and cheery! In our complex, many decorate their balconies which really brings on the Christmas mood. There is even a balcony decorating contest.

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  2. Lights are important. We put ours up a month ago. There aren’t many and I’ve heard the LED strings can shine 6 hours a day for a month for less than one dollar. Best bargain around for the reward of cheer. Hope the Christmas spirit sneaks up on you this week. ❤

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