Wednesday, December 20, 2006


It's that time of year when strains of cynical Christmas songs go wafting through my fevered brain as I juggle chorus commitments, holiday tasks, and year end brouhaha at work. Who was the wise guy who decided to have the fiscal year of thousands of companies end a few days after a major holiday?

This year I went very very simple: Heifer International donations. The gift that gives to others. All of my relatives are at the point where they don't want more stuff. So I don't give them stuff. I like some stuff, but I appreciate donations to charity at this time of year even more. While the time for giving occurs all year long, many folks use this time of the year to give. So give money if you can, and if you can't, give of your heart, attention, and time.

Off to work. Heigh ho, heigh ho.

1 comment:

JoVE said...

I'm with you on the baffling fiscal year end thing. I got a contract that I need to get substantially done and invoice by 5 Jan because their year end is 10 Jan. That is an even dumber date. You can't even claim it is the end of the calendar year.

Have a merry Christmas.