Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year!
Must be a lot of people hoping that they were good enough to have a visit from Santa in less than two weeks.
Just for fun the other night I changed my user I.D. on MSN Messenger and put a new display photo.
Oh Christmas tree... ooops I mean Holiday tree.... no I mean Oh spruce tree.... no what do I mean?
Last week Nova Scotians proudly sent a huge tree to Boston just like they have every Christmas since the Halifax explosion of 1917. The gesture was one of gratitude for the help sent from the United States to that community.
If you pay attention to detail like I do, you would know how frustrating something can be when it mysteriously is out of place.
Last week my dog’s food bowl suddenly changed in appearance.
Decorating fever hit my house over the weekend.
I put up a few sets of lights about a week ago but really did not sink my teeth into it until this past weekend.
I think it is almost worst than jet lag.
Every year the change back to standard time sends my body clock for a loop.
I feel draggy for a few days as I try to adapt to the changes.
In a study release last week 81% of Canadians will be spending $1.1 billion on Halloween this year.
That is a lot of moola!
It was an interesting weekend to say the least.
After eating something I probably should not have I ended up with my mouth getting all infected where I had my wisdom teeth out three weeks prior.
Why should you shop at home?
Money spent locally tends to stay local. One study showed that every dollar spent at home recirculates an average of seven times.