Believe, it’s a word we see and hear a lot during the holiday season. But my question is believe, what? What do you want me to accept as real or true? Santa? No sorry, not. The end of time on 12.21.12, ah no, sorry not that either! I was trying to think of something clever to post about the 12.21.12 end of days catastrophe that was to occur today. But I’m still in full blown sick mode, I can barely think, much less cross into the clever category (not that I’m all that clever when I’m well, he.he.he). Were you at all concerned about this supposed end of time prophecy by the Mayans? I’ve never given it the least thought, other than to dismiss it from my mind. Frankly, I did give a wee bit of credence to Y2K, because it did have some plausibility. Not because I thought it would be the end of life as we know it, but I wanted to have a full pantry and gas tank in case we couldn’t have had access to POS at the stores or gas stations. But then again, I always have a full pantry and try never to let my tank fall below half full anyway. What about you?
I hope all my friends in the midwest have full pantries and wood bins to keep safe against the blizzard hitting them today…
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