Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas

It's good to be home. Being away for the past semester, I'd forgotten just how many traditions my family has during Christmas-time. From things that I feel most families do, like baking cookies (for "Santa") or reading The Night Before Christmas, to the traditions that are uniquely our own...it's the little things that make the holidays special. It's a cliche, yes. But it's true.

Anyway, since the hour is late - I should have been in bed about twenty minutes ago ;) - I'll leave my musings at that.

Merry Christmas, everybody. Whether you're Christian or not, I hope the spirit of the season fills you as we head into 2008. In the end, it's more about goodwill towards all than shiny presents. ^_^


Anonymous said...

hey paul,
Merry Christmas!
do check ur email...

Isshak Ferdjani said...

i wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year !
joyeux noel et bonne annee ! (french)

katekalb said...

Merry Christmas, Paul!

By the way, I read your comment on Hawkins's post...the fact that your fraternity brothers call themselves the Skulls is pretty cool. You haven't really mentioned life in a fraternity very much. Will that be a post sometime in the future?

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Paul said...

Thanks guys. ;)

@ Anonymous: I check my email constantly, so hopefully I took care of whatever it was you sent my way. If not, please send it again. ^_^

@ Kate: Thanks! I've sort of downplayed fraternity life in my blog, since it's not something most people expect to read about - and, honestly, there are some rituals and traditions I can't blog about. ;) That being said, I should be formally initiated as a brother around the end of IAP (if all goes well!), and I'll definitely blog about that experience.