Holiday Wish


Wishing you clear skies, good footing, and time to enjoy the barn.
On a side note. I’ve never understood the Happy Holidays/War on Christmas dilemma. Putting aside the philosophical, religious, & common humanity issues, there is a practical aspect. Let’s say I am talking to a Christmas celebrator. A week after Christmas the next year begins. Christmas & New Year’s Eve. Two Holidays. I am wishing them Happy Holidays, plural. What, I should wish them a Merry Christmas but a marginal New Year’s Eve? But I digress.

Wishing you a wonderful whatever.

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

2 thoughts on “Holiday Wish

  1. I’m Jewish. Sometimes I celebrate Hanukkah, most years not. We were not raised religious.In fact, I find more comfort in my celebration of the winter solstice than most other stuff. My dad only stay home from work on Rosh Hashanah (New Year’s) and Yom Kippur (day of atonement, holy of holies) because otherwise he’d be setting a bad example for his employees. I am not offended if someone wishes me a merry Christmas or happy holidays.I usually say Happy Holidays for the reason Katherine noted above – it covers all the bases.

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