Ok, so is everyone happy to be OVER the holidays? I for one always have mixed feelings. Being the self-proclaimed neat-nick that I am, it is always a relief to get the house back in order. Simply reclaiming the frig and making the “clutter-b- gone “ (might be a cool name for a new ice cream filled with way too much stuff). I’ll get back to you after my next cooking class with my group of “Wives with Knives”. It’s certainly reason enough to rejoice in the season’s end. At the same time, it’s sad to see the festivities come to an end and very sad to stop and wonder how many of us might not make Santa’s list next year. Or any list at all for that matter. We look so forward to being together as family. We visit our friends and we go to parties. We have parties we look back and remember past celebrations with fond memories and retrospect. All too often is the case that Christmas brings most of us together with friends, family, co-workers and neighbors, only to be over before we really have time to fully appreciate what just happened. Matters not if one is happy or sad to see it all come to an end we have little choice and we are painfully aware that the time has come for us to settle in and get a head start on another year. Also, we step on the scale and immediately decide nothing short of jogging to Pittsburg will correct the ills of our indiscretions. How could only twenty some days of 9000000000000 (which is about a bazillion) calories add up so fast? Scarrrry.
Looking forward to some healthy dining? I’ll be offering some great new recipes soon. If you can’t wait, call or email me; ask me about “The Good Stuff.”
Thanks for stopping by… Joe.