In a few minutes I'll be turning the computer off. We've got family coming for dinner and Milady will have my afternoon totally engaged. It's good.
I'd like to take a minute and wish my half-dozen readers a wonderful Merry Christmas. Take time to remember the reason for the season. Take a few minutes to thank God for the soldiers who are standing the line today. Take another minute and thank God for the police who are patrolling your streets, the firemen in the station houses, and the nurses walking the floor. These folks don't get to take off and they make the best of the Christmas day by serving the rest of us.
Merry Christmas, everyone.