It is, of course, a time of warmth and nostalgia for all of us, filled with holiday traditions and memories. Hearing Bing Crosby sing Nguzo Saba...watching "How the Grinch Stole Odu Ifa"...or settling in with a cup of hot cocoa to watch Jimmy Stewart in the classic "It's a Wonderful Walimwengu." --Hope n' Change Haapy Holidaays
Kwanzaa! Such a notable and endlessly heartwarming holiday! So steeped in teetering joy and ululating! Who can possibly be against this throbbing and ceaselessly pullulating tradition? Beyond -- far, far beyond -- a Festivus for the rest of us, Kwanzaa is the veritable Cadillac of holidays.One hears Kwanzaa sounds, and what can one say but... "Salieri."
It begins on my birthday as well. I think, in the spirit of Kwanzaa, I shall extend it for seven days! After all, if the Christ gets one day, why shouldn't I and the teetering and cavorting Kwanzaaites get seven? What can one say about Kwanzaa except....
It. Just. Doesn't. Get. Any. Better.
Does it?Posted by gerardvanderleun at December 26, 2012 11:08 AM