Start Christmas by cracking into a bowl of mixed nuts.
Listen to my day off-deconstructed.
Grant takes a vacation, from vacations.
Grant clears the cupboards to start fresh for Christmas.
Grant's final Christmas column for 2010.
A trip down the Christmas memory lane.
Twas all but a dream We've helped my mother in-law decorate her lawn for Christmas for the last several years. This year she did it by herself because her children and children in-laws were busy (and we're a little lazy.) Anyway, I've always written new lyrics to a traditional Christmas song to describe hanging lights … Continue reading Twas All but a Dream (Christmas poem)
Christmas in Five Acts Act I: Let it Snow… If Currier and Ives had chosen the winter of 2009 for inspiration to make their legendary tins, their Christmas scenes would be very bleak. It has been mostly a gray winter with little snow cover. My hope for snow is simple insulation for our pasture and … Continue reading Christmas in Five Acts
This is your annual Christmas letter and I hope you will open it without too much expectation. I like low expectations, they are so easy to satisfy; kind of like the gifts you get from a secret Santa. I would like to have a few minutes with those who complain about not having snow at … Continue reading Christmas letter to Dave
There are rare times when the truth is apparent; maybe the truth is always apparent but we look the other way. I think many of us walk about in a world that is shaped by influences that promise to help us escape the world these same influences have created. Money and notoriety are a few … Continue reading What Christmas means to me