How it started, how it’s going.

Hard to believe it was only early May when NFL schedule was released…. and COVID-19 was something we HOPED would be under control this summer, etc…

But that I figured that my biggest stress on Christmas would be my favorite team having a potential playoff consequential game against my favorite Senator’s (and then VP candidate)’ favorite team? (With some painful history.

Well, at least it’s not a win or go home for Saints against Vikings. Small mercies. And yeah, priorities.

And for the NBA…. Christmas afternoon – Golden State Warriors vs Milwaukee Bucks.

And in homage to the late, great Trebek “I’ll take games that sounded a lot better on the schedule in October for $200, Alex.”

(although, for his fans, sharing what I just learned earlier this week – while ABC originally had his last episode scheduled to air Christmas day, they changed them to final episodes will air the week of Jan. 4, 2021, which means his Trebek’s appearance as host will be on the show that airs on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021.

On a small mercies note, how many Americans who spent 2019 wondering how they could make their escape from awkward family get togethers can now simply blame leaving the party on a bad zoom or Facetime connection?

Not that I haven’t belatedly learned to love the show… But how many of us started out 2020 in a good place and ended up virtually transported to the first episode of Schitt’s Creek?

Fox News “The battle over the COVID package and omnibus spending bill is like a Charles Dickens classic.” Uh, maybe, with Donald playing the part of the Marquis St. Evrémonde…

So on Christmas Eve did Velveeta Voldemort watch “It’s a Wonderful Life” and bemoan the tragedy of the town not becoming Pottersville?

Since we’ve basically been shut down since March, realized today people I have seen most in person this year are my grocery store workers. Made sure to thank them today.

If you really wanted a War on Christmas, you’d probably start by sabotaging Post Office, then attack a desperately needed COVID relief bill & spend Christmas Eve in a twitter tantrum. Just saying.

Just think, in 2021, we can go back to Christmas mornings without knowing or caring what the President of the United States tweeted!

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