Saturday, December 25, 2010
Wow. As long as it took Christmas 2010 to get here - 2010 seemed like two years instead of one year, considering all that has happened - it's almost over.
Hard to believe.
Here, in the vlog above, are some of the great times this blogger had with friends and family in Atlanta and in San Francisco.
A lot of food and drink was consumed by all.
And to end the Christmas day, it's started snowing here in Atlanta. It's a rare happening here. So much so that many churches are closed for Sunday. And for churches to close in the South, you know conditions have to be bad.
Temperatures have dropped from 55 degrees on Wednesday to below 20 as this is written: a 35 degree drop in just three days.
It makes me think twice about going to the Saints - Falcons Monday Night Football game at The Georgia Dome. The comfort of the big screen is suddenly more desirable than the dome.
Not that I'm complaining about the snow. What would Christmas be without it?
Well. OK. It would be a Christmas without snow.
Remember to take time to call friends and family this weekend. And remember that Christmas is the day of the birth of Jesus Christ, who eventually died in sacrifice for all of us.
And on that note, here's Justin Bieber wishing you a Merry Christmas:
Posted by Zennie Abraham at 10:15 PM