Merry Christmas all eight of you who read CasonBlog. Hope the intended peace of the season reigns in your households. The Cason household will be in a state of wonderful chaos until dinner tomorrow night.
Special holiday greetings to our friends in Canada who will be celebrating Silver and Gold Day tomorrow. It's a sacred holiday up north where good Canucks celebrate the life and legacy of the revered patron saint of Canada, Yukon Cornelius. On December 25th of each year, Canadians remember Saint Yukon by licking frozen metal objects. Apparently, they find the pain cleansing.
Silver and Gold Day is often confused with Lumberjack Day by folks in the US of A. Lumberjack Day coincides with the winter solstice, and is celebrated by Canadian men who put on women's clothing and hang around in bars....and office holiday parties.
Merry Christmas all, and to all a good night.