“How do you measure? Measure a year?”

The better part of the entire “Rent” original broadway production soundtrack has been in my head since I bought it in Anchorage last week.

Of course, it doesn’t help that I’ve been playing it every chance I get.

The bad thing is now Howard’s walking around humming and singing it too.  Oh Lord.

I wanted to use that shamlessly stolen title up there for a reflection on 2006 and I will.  I just need to gather more time right now.

It’s Christmas.  I work in Retail.  The end.

And speaking of holidays.  I was really sad that I couldn’t get on here and wish my Jewish family and friends Happy Chanukah last Friday when it commenced.  Oh well, I least I got it in on the sixth night right?  And I did remember to kiss and wish Howard a happy one as soon as I got off the plane on Saturday.
Oy vey!

So eventually I’ll get to a really good reflective post on 2006.  I’d say for the most part though?  It was pretty darn good.

Right now, I’ve got to shoot a few ungrateful and bitchy customers get back to the grind.

2 Responses

  1. Tom Says:

    I, too, work in retail so we’ll have to have my family’s Christmas Friday evening after I get off work. I have to work till the Big Orange Store closes Saturday and Sunday evenings. That’s what I get for being the new kid on the block.

    Maybe next year I’ll have enough seniority in my department to take Christmas eve off.

    Happy Chanukah, and Merry Christmas. Happy New Year, too.

  2. Heather Says:

    I hope that you and Howard have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!!!!!

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