The holiday season is upon us, complete with over-indulging, over-spending and (with any luck) a little over-celebrating. While the Thornley Fallis offices are open today, by the end of tomorrow I expect to have collapsed onto the couch, groaning at the sheer volume of food Caralin‘s mother has somehow forced into me.
For many people this can be one of the happiest times of year. To others it can be one of the loneliest.
Wishing people a “merry Christmas” seems to have gone out of fashion in recent years as political correctness has set in. From my perspective, I’d be happy if someone wished me a happy Hanukkah, Kwanza or any other religion’s celebration.
So, I wish you a happy Christmas, and send my best to you and your loved ones, regardless of your religion and regardless of what you’re celebrating at this time of year.