T minus 35 days and counting . . .
Call me sentimental, but I love holiday traditions.
And seeing TSO each year has become a holiday tradition for my boys and me. Tonight we watched Trans Siberian Orchestra videos on YouTube for about an hour in preparation for our next TSO roadtrip/pilgrimage extravaganza next week. Thus beginning, at least in my family, the official start of glad tiding (aren’t all tidings glad?) and yule cheer (or Ya’ll cheer – here in SC).
The video below was the choice my boys made for me to post here. So here’s their gift to you.
If you’d like, share your traditional kickoff for the holiday season. Unless you tell me otherwise, I’ll post them along with your web url below. By the way, I know some say happy holidays, but I prefer Merry Christmas. And this time of year, when somebody wishes me a Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, or Happy Ramadan, I wish them a Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, or Happy Ramadan right back.