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Good morning everyone, Wednesday is here and it is only FIVE more days till Christmas. Are y'all excited yet?... My grandsons are now out of school until after the first, so when they got home yesterday I asked them if they were happy to be done with school until after the holidays. Connor never said a word, he just looked at me and grinned from ear to ear. The expression on his face said it all, LOL... My daughter in law convinced me to make time to watch an older movie, "Love actually", so I bought it on Prime and since I was alone yesterday afternoon I decided to watch it. Now I have already told you I have a hearing loss problem, and one of the two real difficulties I have is with accents (the other is in crowds), so wouldn't you know it, this movie is almost completely English accents. I know I missed parts of it, and I know I will watch it again because I really enjoyed it. During the last 15 minutes or so of it I got a little watery in the eyes and I am sure it will happen again. What can I say, I am a sucker for romantic moments... Today's thought - When we are a young child we often learn our lessons the hard way, if we touch a hot iron we never do it again, or if we stick a penny in a wall socket (yep I did that once) you learn a valuable lesson in the process. Unlike a child though, when we become adults we seem to be prone to repeating over and over things that have gone wrong. History books are full of examples where we do the same dumb stuff over and over and over again. I wish I could explain this phenomenon, I wish I could make some rational sense of it, but alas, I just can't. We will make mistakes in our life from time to time, that is just the way it is. But when others do it (and it involves us directly) fully knowing it will end in disaster, you have to wonder what the motivation is. I now I do... destination garments for the beach wedding