Dec 22 2010
The tree is up, the fire is on, the kitty is basking in front of it’s open flame, the house is decked out in Christmas cheer and there are WAY too many treats.
So, there’s a big debate out there about the appropriateness of saying Merry Christmas to people. Personally, I think it’s prefectly fine to say Merry Christmas, EVEN if you know the person celebrates a different holiday. Who cares? I celebrate Christmas, you celebrate Hanukkah so when I say Merry Christmas, I am spreading my version of the winter celebration and you are more than welcome to say your version back. Am I too far in left field – or should I say right field – for this?