Tuesday, November 23, 2004
Not the "C" Word
There seems to be more and more "pre-stubble" visible on my head. As a woman with Italian ancestry, I swear I have never been this excited about hair growth before. Maybe it is too late to take an Anne Geddes style photo for my Christmas cards after all. Shucks. I'll have to come up with a plan B (but that's a nice visual for all of you who know me!).

Even though there has been a chill in the air at night, we have had gorgeous, beautiful days with a snow-capped mountain backdrop. Fall weather is only slightly surpassed by the wonderful spring weather we have here. I love the crisp air, the clear skies, and knowing the holidays with all the family festivites are just around the corner. I am looking forward to getting up early on Thanksgiving morning, making a nice hot cup of tea, and enjoying the Macy's parade . . . well, okay, and maybe a little football later in the day.

I declare the rest of this week as live in the moment days where no one is allowed to think about or talk about anything else but the joy of the moment. Therefore, no one use the "c" word in my presence and no one talks about next week's surgery. I'm not avoiding it or reality. I'm just on a break. Time to laugh, have fun, and lighten up for the holidays.
Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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