Thursday, November 26, 2009

TFP Column: A Christmas Message for Toledo

With this being a holiday week, the Toledo Free Press is by convenience and necessity out early. Far from being a problem however, this simply provides you something to peruse while fighting the urge to nod off from the tryptophan in the turkey and the performance of the Lions against the Packers. 


It will also allow you to read the Christmas Message that I put together for this week's edition. While it's not the last that holiday message that I will probably pen for the year, it is I believe, appropriate as a compliment to Michael Miller's piece from last week. 


There's a lot of great information as well, about all things of a holiday nature going on in the Glass City. So turn off the Macy's parade (it's nothing but a bunch of Broadway show promotion these days anyway), stop picking at the turkey and the pies, and spend a little time catching up on the really important things going on in the Toledo Free Press.

3 comments:

Roland Hansen said...

Happy Chanukah from Hannukah Harry.

Roland Hansen said...

p.s. Your Christmas Message is well written and worthy of deep reflection hopefully followed by swift corrective action.

p.p.s. Merry Christmas, Tim.

Tim Higgins said...

Roland,

I will simply settle for saying Happy Holidays of all varieties, with a special wish for the Hansen family.

As for the message, while I thank you for the kind words; I have to say that I sometimes think it hasn't a ghost of a chance.