Top of the Season

As I write this late on Christmas Eve, there is still no snow on the roads outside of my window.  Even so, my small tree is aglow with lights, and I’m looking forward to much good food and company for the following week.

Best wishes to all!

17 thoughts on “Top of the Season

  1. Just after midnight, I came to my window to see the empty top of the parking lot on Cumberland Street completely covered in undisturbed snow. Does that count? 😉

    All the best to you and your family. 🙂


  2. Merry Christmas from rural northern Saskatchewan where we have lots of snow outside, it’s -32, and there isn’t a transit system within 150 km.

    Thanks for the site — helps me keep some tangible thread of urbanity.


  3. Merry Christmas Steve.

    Enjoy the season and please accept my thanks for your fine work here.

    P.S. I expect another brilliant post on Boxing day! (smile).

    Steve: I will see how wide awake I am and how much time I have. Another Christmas dinner beckons!


  4. Merry Christmas from Kingston where the rain is freezing and the buses intermittent. Looking forward to lots of excitement on your blog in 2010, with the municipal election coming in November and lots of important transit stories continuing to play out.

    Enjoy the food and the friendship, if not the weather, this week.


  5. Happy Holidays, Steve. Nothing beats a grey goose and cranberry before heading out to a friend’s place this time of year. If you like a good drink I suggest that. Hope Santa was good this year and thanks for your hard work.


  6. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Steve and to all the users of this blog.

    Past decisions mean that we have a few things to look forward to in the next few years. Let’s hope it doesn’t stop there. There are more decisions to be made and the coming election should remind us to take nothing for granted.


  7. Happy Birthday Mithra, or Sol Invictus, or Merry Christmas as it is now called.

    (You do know that Yeshua Ben Yosef was born in the spring.)

    Steve: Ah yes, but the Church was never shy about borrowing existing feast days from the pre-Christian calendar. Good marketing.


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