Low on HoHoHo

It’s that time of year again, and I’m in a frenzied, anxious state of mind. How are you? If you are able to weather this holiday season calmly, please tell me your secret. Tell me because, despite my best efforts, I find this time of year deplorable.

Don’t get me wrong — I love the lights, I like the fellowship, I like the idea of reconnecting with family and friends. But I hate the pressure and the barrage of advertisers insisting that I buy, buy, buy.

My hohoho usually comes from enjoying people, not things. At work, I am grateful for my clients, my business partner, our agent, our vendors, our service providers and everyone else who makes daily interactions and business exchanges pleasurable.

At home, I’m grateful for my loving husband, my stepchildren, my extended family and our overall health.

Okay, now I’m feeling a little bit better. But there’s still so much to do, right? I welcome your ideas on experiencing joy or peace or laughter or light during this time of year.

0 thoughts on “Low on HoHoHo

  • breathe and do not contemplate your surroundings. there is nothing for you to do and no need for you to worry. this big ball will spin on it’s axis as it shoots through space at speeds simply unfathomable. i have no fear of the march of the consumption which will continue with or without. much warmth and many kisses for you and yours.

  • Blair Wynkoop says:

    Dear Katherine,
    I just love to listen to your K2 videos! You have the best “un hu” in cyberspace !!!
    I just listen, I dont watch. You are so damn funny !!! Your noises are consistant in each video. Especially during the reading of the question. By the way. WHERE IS MY DINNER ?

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