As we enter the holiday season, a warm, magical glow illuminates our souls. Dreams of hot cocoa in front of the fire, childhood memories of board games and the perfect Thanksgiving feast, call us back to simpler times.
Gas lines, a lost job or job search, a recent loss of a loved one, or a family member or friend serving overseas or far from home. Each of us has faced difficulty this year.
We live in a world filled with chaos, war, economic failure, political unrest and moral dilemma at every turn.
It's not a subject that we like to discuss, but we all need to be making plans for when we are no longer here. It is a fact of life, we are going to die. It happens to the young, the middle-aged and the old.
This time of year you could become a full-time event attender, just cruising from one delightful venue to another, clapping your hands in glee like a kindergartener at the season's first snowfall.
Grown-Ups will have a blast shopping this year as toys get back to the basics. With games like UNO and Connect Four, parents and children alike will share the joy of playing with these classic and nostalgic finds.
This Thanksgiving there is only one debate that could possibly shake the earth to its core, and that is Pumpkin v. Pecan.
As we gather for the holidays, over 90% of all homes will serve this magnificent bird as the centerpiece of their meal.