When kvetching isn't enough.
¡Feliz Navidad! (Sorry, I've no French to return the sentiment, only my abysmal Spansih!)
Is it that time already? At least it is almost over. Here in the USA "Christmas" begins the day after Thanksgiving - which is always the third Thursday in November. The retailers are trying (with some success) to make the "holidays" start the day after Halloween.Now I like the festiveness of this time of year as much as the next person, but 2 months of jolliness is just too much. I am somewhat relieved when it is all over.
I have no Spanish so we're quits, K. LOL! Thank you for your kind wishes.TLI, Christmas seems to begin here in September. I don't celebrate Christmas: I only wish a happy one to people who do. I hope you're having a good time.
I enjoy holidays, but I'm always glad when they are over with. Too much. It's all overdone. And I'm right there overdoing it as much and as badly as anyone.So HAPPY day of nothing. Terrific Tuesday to you!
I always get caught up in the frenzy somehow, by osmosis, just by seeing other people getting very stressed by it. LOL!Thank you! I'm hibernating: watching whatever films are on the telly; reading stuff that's been piling up... It's great. :-)
Too late for an xmas wish so here's one for new years - Have a Happy One!
Oh, thank you, J, the same to you! xx
Is it not a little mean (to my hips) to follow the oil indulgence of Hannukah IMMEDIATELY with the chocolate indulgence of Christmas? That is how I say hope you're having peaceful and joyful holidays :-)
Thanks very much, J! Happy holidays to you too!
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