I’ve decided I’m going to write more frequently.
It’s true that I don’t have much of anything to say but I figure that since no one is paying to read this I have no responsibility to entertain or even be interesting.
I’ll just ramble on like I do in real life.
Since I was a little girl this was my favorite time of year. I had a lot to look forward to.
First Thanksgiving, then Christmas/Chanukah, then my birthday. Later my anniversary and once Julie started joining me and dave for Valentine’s day that became good.
I still like Thanksgiving and November has become even better with visits from my Israeli family. Their entrance in my life has made me introduce Chanukah into this pretending that it’s as good as Christmas which any fool can tell it isn’t.
Christmas will be good because I’ll be spending it with Julie and maybe Lizzie.
I don’t like my birthday any more under most circumstances because who likes to get older but this year two of my nieces , Stephanie and Laura, and their husbands are taking me to a fancy restaurant.
I’m trying to decide what to wear. Maybe the black. But the black is dressier. I have time to decide.
Anyway for obvious reasons my anniversary is not a high point in my life and as for Valentines day when Julie got married and stopped going to restaurants with me and dave and asking for “a romantic table for three”, that holiday took a nose dive.
Luckily I have this little bit of heaven.
Oh and for my birthday, please everyone give whatever you were going to spend on my gift to the homeless.
Just kidding. I need grey slacks .
You look good in Pink, splurge & get yourself a new pink dress for dinner 😊
See you soon! : )
Keep it coming…rambling or not..you lift my spirits. Thank You!!!!
No, thank you!
remember Mary would celebrate christmas. it was fun! we never celebrated hanukkah til I had kids.
Mary was before me but we never celebrated Chanukah
You could never be boring! I hope you get to see Liz over the holidays and I know that spending Christmas with Julie will be fun and fabulous for all of you.
Hugs. Have a wonderful holiday.
Who wouda thunk? Your very “boring” and “rambling” post qualified for multiple comments. As someone else said, keep ’em coming!
That’s so sweet. Thanks.
I had a few of your blogs to catch up on and after reading this one I just had to comment. I love reading your blog and never think of it as your “rambling” or very “boring”. You make me smile, chuckle, and sometimes too feel sad. I look forward to each adventure big or small so please keep them coming. 😊
Marion, thank you. I can’t tell you how much this means to me.