Monday, December 21, 2015

It's That Time of the Year

TV stations do it: why can't a blog?

For years—possibly, for as long as I've been writing The Brown Knowser—I have reserved the days that lead up to Christmas for holiday-themed posts. Most of the posts are repeats from Christmases gone by, though each year I tend to add a new one. This year, however, I have revised some of my traditional tales so that they can, hopefully, become more timeless and will require fewer revisions as the years go on.

If you're new to my blog, I hope that you enjoy the posts that are to follow in the next couple of days. If you're a regular reader, I hope that you enjoy reading these stories again.

Thank you for reading and I want to wish you and your loved ones peace, happiness, and warm thoughts over the holidays.

Be safe, raise a glass of good cheer, and be merry.

TV stations replay holiday classics: starting tomorrow, so will a blog.

Cheers!

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