Seems that the majority of the USA is enveloped in some ice or white stuff…
Be careful, stay warm, have hot chocolate!
Last night was the last night of Hanukkah—I saw these children’s cards in the synagogue today! I hope your holiday celebrations were wonderful!
City Sidewalks, or small towns on dark and chilly nights…all dressed in their holiday best…. Did you go as a child ‘downtown’? to see the lights? As childhood memories usually go, I have this mash-up memory of a subway train ride, packed like sardines, on our way to see Santa at Macy’s Herald Square that always comes back when on the train and a train in the other direction speeds by—disjointed, rushing people and lights and the sound of the brakes on the rail.
Happy birthday to my cousin Thom and my son-in-law Matthew!
One of the best parts of doing this Photo A Day has been comments. I love hearing from you, and about how a photo reminds you of a Christmas memory or tradition!
So, a question today: How many years does it take for a TRADITION to form? I have been doing this for 6 years now; it is definitely a Christmas tradition! Alternatively, how many years do you need to NOT do something to break the “but it’s a TRADITION?”
What is your most unlikely tradition, your favorite tradition, or the one that you wish would silently disappear?