Monday, December 22, 2008

The Solstice has Come and Gone

...and the days are lengthening, one moment at a time.


Suzanne said...

Happy Hanakkah dear friend.

Much love to you and your family.

Megan said...

What Suzanne said.

Yay, we are around the corner and on our way back to summer!

CSI Seattle said...

Agreed. Driving to and from work in the dark stinks. Us on the northern edge of the states suffer it the most.

Oh yes, Hanakkah. I am really naive about the details of Hanakkah other than say I hope that you and your family are well, warm and having fun.

just bob said...

Is it summer yet?

Walker said...

Happy Hanakkah

One day closer to warmth and no snow is one day closer to sunshine

kylie said...

i've tried to comment tree times and i can only say dumb stuff

have fun while i try to un-jam my brain


Kookaburra said...

Shalom,Happy Hanakkah

Rima said...

Oh. I miss the heat. Where is Summer?

Leah said...

Thank you Suzy, dear friend!

Megan and Bob--as far as I'm concerned, once the solstice is past, it's summer. I just ignore the three inches of solid ice and 2 degree winds whipping through Brooklyn...

Brian--yes, the dark is weird and vaguely depressing. Just put a candle on your dashboard and it should help!

Walker--thanks dear! Definitely closer to sunshine.


Mark--thank you! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Rima--see above and repeat: it is summer! Didn't you notice? ; )

Suzanne said...

Well that's why it took Kylie "tree" times because she's had too much to drink. Can't tell a "tree" from a "three." What are we going to do with that woman? (I say we dress her in a really attractive white dress with black hose and black boots and take lots of photos!)


Love you baby ~ happy Tuesday!

Queen Goob said...

Chag Chanuka Sameach.

Love to you and yours,

(Not-So) Cynical Gal said...

Happy Hanukkah. And thank goodness for longer days. I'm ready.