Tuesday, December 30, 2003

year end

This is the time of year when it feels like the air is let out of the tires. Most people at work are away on vacation.

This morning as I was walking Franklin, I noticed that several folk in the townlet have left their lights on overnight. Fortunately, we live in a neighborhood where nobody is vying for a mini Las Vegas effect, so the twinkle here and there is actually cheerful as opposed to overwhelming.

I suppose we'll start to see the trees on the curb shortly, and most lights will come down soon. In the church's calendar, Christmas is just getting started. Today is the sixth day of Christmas.

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