Time for the yearly discussion about roundabouts. If you are already familiar with the roundabouts and use them properly, you can go read something else. For the other 98 percent of the populations, please read on. Okay first off, I believe more people than not understand the use of roundabouts. That first paragraph was just … Continue reading Roundabouts Revisted
A little hard work...
The difference is often in the quality and quantity of the work you do.
If the title makes you feel a little weak, stop here. If it makes you curious then read on.
I have a sort of checklist for Christmas, particularly Christmas eve. Lisa does most of the decorating however encircling the tree with the Christmas train is my job. It doesn't even work anymore but it looks nice. It's also my job to have mixed nuts in the shell on the counter as early in the … Continue reading Ready for Christmas
Last week I wrote about one Christmas tradition, the candy bag. It's getting close to the big night and I'm running out of time so this week it's about several Christmas traditions, both from my past and today. First off, a good Christmas tradition is to focus on the reason for this holiday-the birth of … Continue reading Christmas Traditions
There's these little icons that always remind me of Christmas. One that rally triggers good memories would be candy, peanuts, a popcorn ball and an apple in a brown bag: the candy bag. I still see candy bags given to children at different events so I know these are still a familiar Christmas treat. Typically, … Continue reading The Christmas Candy Bag