Getting into the Christmas spirit

Getting into the Christmas spirit

By LEON YOUNGBLOOD

llyoungblood@outlook.com

A friend is getting into the Christmas spirit by not getting into the Christmas spirit.  He will work Christmas Day, he will not participate in gift exchanges, he will send no cards, and will not be going to any holiday parties.  He will go to the Christmas dinner held by the church he attends, but that is it.  The curious thing is, he intends to observe Christmas by not celebrating Christmas.  In his reasoning, he wants Christmas to be like any other day, and he wants every day to be Christmas—well, it’s just plain confusing. Continue reading “Getting into the Christmas spirit”

Senate review 11-22-2023

Senate review by Sen. George Burns

By Sen. GEORGE BURNS

As we approach the season of gratitude and reflection, Thanksgiving stands as a cornerstone of American culture, inviting us to pause, appreciate, and give thanks for the blessings that enrich our lives. It is more than just a day on the calendar, it is a timeless tradition rooted in our national identity. Transcending the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this holiday provides a dedicated moment to gather with loved ones, break bread, and acknowledge the abundance that surrounds us. Continue reading “Senate review 11-22-2023”