Thursday, January 3, 2008
Well, we did it. The Holidays are over and all of the Christmas stuff is down, packed, and put away until next year, except for a few generic snowmen who are hanging around because after all, it is still winter. All the Christmas left-overs are gone and so is the Christmas music and the Christmas glow. People have returned to school and work. Things are back to normal.
Here is what I have I learned from all this:
1. Putting up Christmas, or any, decorations is fun. Taking them down and putting them away is work.
2. One hundred bulbs on a string of lights is not necessarily a good thing.
3. It's time for spring.
I'm waiting for the arrival of the groundhog next month. He's in big trouble if I don't like what he has to say. Grrr.