Monday, December 26, 2005
I'd like to wish everyone who reads this a happy holidays. I mean that in the broadest of senses since we are knee-deep in the wonderful collage of festivities for various religions and cultures. The Winter Solstice was last Wednesday, Christmas was Sunday, tonight is the second night of Hannukah, Kwanzaa began today, and I'm sure there's so much more I'm forgetting. And then on Saturday night, we will ring out 2005 and celebrate the new beginnings of 2006. Here's hoping that the new year will bring much more happiness than this year.
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