December Isn’t the Only Time We Lie to Our Kids

Christmas. The time of discounts and icy roads and beautiful…lies. For us storytellers and pathological liars, December is the time of year where we have a free pass to lie to our families. We can lie to our spouses. “I’m going out to fill the car up.” But we’re really hopping over to Target toContinue reading “December Isn’t the Only Time We Lie to Our Kids”

Be Unique, Not a Jerk/Customer Etiquette: 10 Tips on How to Be a Good Customer

I wrote this years back when I worked in retail. Remember, retail workers are people, too! As you gear up for your holiday shopping spree, keep in mind that as soon as you step foot inside a store you cease to be an average law-abiding citizen and you instantly become a dreaded customer who is the causeContinue reading “Be Unique, Not a Jerk/Customer Etiquette: 10 Tips on How to Be a Good Customer”

Christmas – A Time to Reflect and Anticipate

Some people are off from work today, some work half days, and others – well, it’s business as usual. But today is a very unordinary day – a day that stands out from any other day of the year. Today, the world holds its breath for those brief moments that bridge the gap between todayContinue reading “Christmas – A Time to Reflect and Anticipate”

Gladdest Noel

I’ve been posting the best unheard of Christmas songs. But this one deserves to have a post all its own. If for some reason, you’re unable to listen to this lyrical song by Evelyn Brush featured on the Christmas CD “Ring the Bells” I have taken it upon myself to write the lyrics out forContinue reading “Gladdest Noel”

The “Real” Santa

Everyone pulls out all their favorite Christmas movies this time of year, and it’s not a Christmas movie without some appearance of Santa. But we’re torn between so many different versions of him, it’s hard to decide who we want to most represent him. So I leave the choice to you. Comment below to leaveContinue reading “The “Real” Santa”