If you’re reading this post on Christmas Day, then you probably don’t share at least one tradition with my family.
Technology is banned. That means, we all (including Dad) surrender our cell phones, laptops and tablets from Christmas morning until Boxing Day. Thankfully, e-readers are allowed, as long as we’re using them to read. Not a problem for me—I have many books on my Most Wanted list.
Anyway, since I won’t be on computer tomorrow, I wanted to post this tonight and wish you a Merry Christmas. This past year has been really great, and I’m excited about all of the adventures that I'm anticipating in 2016. But tomorrow, I plan to kick back and take it easy—because the most important part of the holidays isn’t presents, but presence.
And good food. (I can’t not talk about Grandma’s cooking—she makes these yams that are sprinkled with brown sugar and…*wipes drool off my mouth*...)
Anyway, thank you for following my blog this year. Next week, I’ll be posting some of my New Year’s resolutions. Until then—I gotta jet! Amelia has pulled out the Monopoly board for our annual family challenge and I need to make sure she hands out the right amount of money to each of us.
Merry Christmas! And, see you next year! <grin>
— Chase Superman Duffy