Merry Christmas, Bountiful Kwanzaa, Glowing Hanukkah, Festive Festivus, Late Joyful Solstice, and a Healthy New Year!

After a week of getting over a respiratory infection, then baking and cooking for the holiday, soon my family will be here for Christmas Eve, when they’ll decorate the cookies and we’ll eat spaghetti and the grandchildren will open their gifts. After that we may all go out to look at the lights on 37th Street, or the kids might go off on their own and Gary and I will go to church.

I’m signing off for 2011 and will be back after the New Year, so please stay tuned for more adventures in Radical Retirement.


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