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Growls and hugs for Dec. 24

Someone or something got your hackles up? Or maybe someone made you smile today and you want to give them a bear hug! Send your rants and raves, peeves or thank yous, of 150 words or less to editor@revelstoketimesreview.com

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Christmas concerts

Bravo to the three elementary school on their awesome Christmas concerts. I’m sure there were many proud and teary eyed parents in the audience that night. Hats off to school staff as well. Your hard work paid off!

Rain

While it may be good skiing conditions, I wish it would get colder in town. It’s suppose to snow in winter, not biblical pour with rain. I suppose I could kayak or water ski to work. I just need to find either one… Is anyone willing to let me borrow? I may “by accident” bypass my office and continue on to Mexico. I hear it’s sunny there.

Avalanches

Thanks to all the avalanche techs and highway personal helping to keep us safe during winter. It must be a difficult job. So thank you!

Merry Xmas

Be safe this holiday! Always remember not to drink and drive. Call a cab or a friend. Decide to walk home instead. Remember it only takes seconds to destroy another’s life and your own.

The Sun

A big, huge, large, enormous, loving, engulfing hug to the sun. You are missed. Please return soon.

Waistband

Growl to my waistband. It seems to be getting smaller, especially around this time of year. Perhaps I’ll just eat the Christmas goodies in the nude this year to avoid problems altogether.

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