Friday, December 25, 2009

Why I say Merry Christmas

I say it because I mean it. I hope you have a Merry Christmas, in whatever form that takes for you. Maybe it just means a day off. That's fine.

I do not say it as a show of defiance against Happy Holidays. I don't think there's a war on Christmas, so I feel no need to defend it. I celebrate Christmas and I think it is a great holiday.

If you think Happy Holidays is better, than say that. Freedom of speech goes in many directions.

Merry Christmas!


Christian Clark said...

I did. And I hope you did too. :)

Klepsacovic said...

Thank you, mine was great fun.