The way we see Santa Claus has changed over the years. He is still the jolly fat man in the red suit, but his message may be changin’ with the times.
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Thanksgiving entertainment classics are far less numerous than those that set during the twelve days of Christmas. Nonetheless, you might want to take a look at these three landmark movies, created to celebrate and make fun of our November holiday.
Major Changes For Me In 2012 My life has already undergone major changes and the year is only a few days old with the end of the Christmas season still a day or two away. (Don’t forget there are 12 days in Christmas). Since the week before Christmas Day, I have been living in northern […]
Blue Door with Wreath in Santa Fe Local Santa Fe Color Today, I returned to Santa Fe, NM for the first time in 15 years and to my surprise the place looked very much the same as when I last saw the New Mexico mountain town. The main difference was that the city was bathed […]
Spring Weather Unless you happen to reside near the banks of the Mississippi, this weekend might be a good time to grab a book, head outdoors and escape to another world, or just a different time and place. For many parts, cooler weather may still be in place, at least that’s the situation here in […]
Mother Nature played an April Fools joke on the Northeast today. However, the winter weather and abundant snow accumulation made me wish I was still living up north and not hunkered down in coastal Carolina. I know there’re probably a million people in the Boston area, who would love to change places, but I […]
Today is Groundhog Day and as a result groundhogs all across the country will be coming out of their underground bungalows to predict the arrival of spring. According to experts in the field, the accurate assessment of the arrival of spring conditions is a classic case of inverse reality. This is because a sunny day […]
Today is the first working day of the New Year and so now it is time for all good writers to declare their goals for the New Year. Before making your New Year’s resolution, you might want to consider whether your goals are attainable or not. Jane Lebak underscores the point perfectly in today’s blog […]
Memorial has come and gone already and now it is the first of June. I celebrated Memorial Day by riding around the deserted streets of Portland, Maine on my bicycle and watching a war movie, The Hurt Locker. When this film recently won best picture award at the 2010 Oscars, I was silently wondering how […]