Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Not Much To Say

I went to the Chamber of Commerce annual dinner last night where Tony Snow was the speaker. Enough said. I know better than to talk about politics on my blog. It gets people all upset.

Can't decide if I want to go to a hockey game this evening. It's mid-week and I have so much to do. Maybe we will go and eat at the Cracker Barrel on our way out to the game. That sounds good.

I just don't have much to say today. Unusual for me, but oh well. Let's try a question.

If you could get one non-material gift for a complete stranger on Christmas, what would it be and why?

My answer would be a holiday hug and an ear to listen. Many times people around the holidays are lonely and need someone to just talk to.


Not Fainthearted said...

well, the dinner speaker had to be at least, uh interesting?

As for your question, I would give them either a quiet cozy evening or an evening surrounded by loved ones. Depending on what they wanted. Which of course, could change from moment to moment ;-)

abbagirl74 said...

long, and just a bit boring, although he was funny at times.

Andrew said...

I would love for people in my real life to take an interest in me. I have a lot of online aquaintances, but very few real life friends these days. It all feels rather hollow and pointless. Hope you are well dear friend. I actually asked my father for new curtains for Christmas! LOL You know I am getting old when I ask for something practical like that.

David Kim said...

That would be an awesome gift for anyone!

Great answer!

Cheryl said...

My first thought would be to treat someone to a massage. What a pleasure to lay there, with soft music and wonderful scents, and have someone make your body feel wonderful. For an hour, all cares would be gone.

Andrew, if I lived by you, I'd definitely be your friend.


I love your answer! and everyone elses's here.
I find it fitting to have a political dinner with someone named SNOW! :) politics..everyone always takes such offense, but why? It's your right to believe in who you want to believe in..just like religion.
So,to answer your question, I'd give everyone the gift to Co-exist...

and I agree with Cheryl, Andrew, I would be your friend too! My boys would love Maggie!