Monthly Archives: November 2010

“Tell Me More…..”

      The day after Thanksgiving now has the “tradition “ of retail pandemonium known as Black Friday, which gets hyped more and more very year. But a much-needed departure from sometimes mindless spending has no price tag, but cannot … Continue reading

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Sharing Our Tables

      On this Thanksgiving Day, I wish everyone a marvelous time of acknowledging and expressing  gratitude for everything that makes our lives so special. Of course, the way Americans celebrate this day is so wonderfully diverse. A New York times … Continue reading

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A Green Do-Over

   As we move farther into the weeks of the holiday season, today, Monday, November 15, is America Recycles Day, the only nationally recognized day of recycling awareness.    Sponsored by the non-profit group Keep America Beautiful, this observance  is … Continue reading

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My First “Hallowistmas” Sighting for 2010

Halloween 2010 is now in the annals of history, but I had to report that I saw my first two Hallowistmas displays for the season on Wednesday, five days before. What is “Hallowistmas?” It’s when Christmas ads, music, decor, and retail … Continue reading

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