A time of love, and family, and togetherness, and gratitude for our times of feast AND famine, because we realize how much those struggles can shape our character and… Oh whatever. This is the second-most anglo-centric holiday on the U.S. calendar, and it has now been replaced almost entirely! BUT only by the *most* anglo-centric holiday on the World’s calendar. There is poetry in that. But we’re still waiting for Saturnalia to make a comeback.

Is Anything More Poetic Than Christmas Stealing Turkey Day?

#1

cat

#2

waiting

#3

elf

#4

friends

#5

girls

#6

grumpy-cat

#7

halloween

#8

its-novemeber

#9

mind

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I'm a married, stay at home mother of 4, with a lot of crazy going on. Being a parent is so rewarding, but very exhausting! Ha! My husband is a musician/entrepreneur with a lot going on, so I manage most of the day to day and happen to find a lot of humor in all the chaos. If the choice is laugh or cry, I'll choose laugh every time. :)