The Writer in Black

The Writer in Black

Thursday, December 18, 2014

In the spirit of the season

An annual tradition:
If you're an Atheist or Agnostic who doesn't like "Merry Christmas."
If you're a Christian who doesn't like "Happy Holidays."
If you're a Jew who doesn't like "Blessed be."
If you're a Wiccan who doesn't like "God Be with you."
If you're a Muslim who doesn't like "May Thor hold his hammer between you and harm."

I have one thing to say to you: Grow. Up. Take these things in the spirit they are offered, one of well wishing, and leave it at that.

And on that note, may I wish you a very merry Christmas and may Thor hold his hammer between you and harm.

Gud Yule, everyone. 

1 comment:

  1. Happy Hannukah. And don't give me that "I don't celebrate it" excuse. It is eight days long and I wish you joy on each and every one of them. Even if it did start as the "we fought the polytheists and won" holiday.