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      Thursday, December 21, 2017

11:43 AM - 12/21/2017

The topic: Woohoo!


Presents for the vet's office were wrapped (six hours on Tuesday, two and a half hours yesterday) and delivered yesterday afternoon.

And I just finiished writing on and addressing the cards that I'm sending out this year. I didn't make extras, so, that's kind of sad, but I just ran out of time.

Now, I can get started on putting MY new computer to work.

Honestly, my holiday stuff is pretty much done. No more to do. No decorations, no family visits for meals, just another day. Each year, I lose a little more of the Christmas spirit and at this point? It's pretty much gone. Last week I set up a new station on Pandora (connected to my Roku) for holiday music. Listened for less than a half hour and I was "okay, that's enough" and turned it off.

I kind of feel like we're living under a cloud since November 2016. Just not rich enough to matter, I guess, and that's just wrong. As an American, I feel we should ALL count.

Oh, well. At least we don't have kids to worry about. That's something to be thankful for.


I am thankful for your blogs. Merry Christmas

Posted by Turtle Lover @ Friday, December 22, 2017 - 9:03:32 AM

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Thank you.

Posted by lisaviolet @ Saturday, December 23, 2017 - 9:40:31 AM

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