I hope everyone is enjoying his/her Christmas Eve or your December 24th if you don't celebrate Christmas. Over at the Cassidy household we've been noming on some lovely home-made cavatelli and broccoli with chicken and some home-made butter/sugar cookies, both courtesy of my wonderful mother. Dad sat around and watched the Giants win against Jets (yes!), and I tried to write, gave up, and read some more of Before the Pyramids. It's an interesting book that challenges a lot of the assumptions in the archaeological field but doesn't fall prey to blaming everything on ancient aliens. I'll write more about it when I finish it.
Other is celebrating with his own family, but we've been texting each other all day, so it's not too bad. We actually haven't spent any Christmases together since we've been in a relationship, but hopefully that will change soon. We might even spend New Year's together!
Speaking of, hopefully I will have part 2 of Manhattan Christmas Lights up and running for all of you to enjoy. And speaking of Kitty Malone, I have good news of a sort. If you have a Kindle, and you are a Kindle Premium member, you can now borrow the Kitty Malone series for free. Exciting, right? I know I don't stand much of a change against the better promoted books in the Lending Library, but I can still promote Kitty Malone for free for five days while it's in the Library, and hopefully someone will borrow it and like it. And as long as someone likes it, I'm happy.
My dog is staring at me with the tip of his tongue hanging out of his mouth. I think he wants me to pet him now. I think I will.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy Hanukkah everyone!