Well, it's been crazy as usual this holiday season and with everyone being fiscally cautious, it's almost seemed a bit more like an old fashioned yuletide. People are concentrating more on family and family values, and giving thanks for what they have, rather than worrying if they've purchased a nice enough present for someone, or if they've spent an equally generous amount on each of the kids. Many people are without jobs this season and the next year looks sketchy at best. This is when Americans really tend to shine. They rise to the occasion and show what they are made of, in adverse conditions. Lisa and I are feeling the pinch just like everyone. Neither of us received Christmas bonuses this year and we are cooking and serving Christmas dinner for 50! We're thrilled that so many of our friends and family chose to spend their Christmas with us. It is going to be a joyous day of love and celebration. We would like to thank everyone who has touched our lives this year and wish only the very best to you and yours. Have a very Merry Christmas!
Lisa and Greg
P.S. My band Lone Star Floyd will not be performing on December 26th, at Skillman Street Pub, as originally scheduled. We will however, be playing on February 28th at O'Riley's, on Forest Lane. Stay tuned!