Today was the day to mail the Christmas cards, and on the way back from the post office I decided to stop off at the supermarket to get a few things. Actually, more than a few things. I quickly wrote out a list:
Wait a second…mule trends?
When I jot things down quickly my handwriting is indecipherable to anyone but me. I’m usually pretty good at reading my own writing. Even if I can’t make out all the letters a couple of important letters will be easy to read and I can figure out the rest.
Mule trends. No idea.
I tried a bunch of word combinations to see if something rang a bell:
When I got home – just as I was going up the stairs with the groceries – I realized what it was.
And I need them. So now I have to go back to the store tomorrow. Sigh.
New column up at The Saturday Evening Post. Have a great weekend.
I had this whole long rant composed in my head, about social media and how the online world is ruining so much these days, including all the reactions to last night’s Peter Pan Live (which I loved – the production itself and the fact that NBC is even trying things like this) and how snark and cynicism seem to be the default position and how people can’t simply enjoy things anymore…but I really don’t want to write about all that right now unless I want to get a headache that 27 Aleves couldn’t cure. But stay tuned. I’ll post it at some point.
Instead, I’m currently finishing up the December re-launch issue of The Letter (it will be in your mailboxes in a week or so) and getting into the Christmas spirit by listening to Dean Martin and lighting the pine candle for the first time.
(By the way, DO NOT ADJUST YOUR BROWSER OR CALL TECH SUPPORT. Yes, it’s snowing on this site. A special effect for the month of December to give the site a Christmas feel. Have a great weekend.)