Merry Christmas to all Thousandaire readers!
The Kevin McKee Christmas
Last night I had dinner and Christmas with all of my mom’s family. Because I live 600 miles away from St. Louis, I really only get together with all of my mom’s family once a year at Christmas. It’s one of the best nights of the year for me.
I woke up this morning and watched my niece open a bunch of Christmas presents from Santa (and none from me), and now I’m on the way to go spend time with more family. This is when I will exchange presents with all of my immediate family. I’m a crappy Christmas shopper so I hope nobody is expecting anything great from me!
Tonight I’ll go to my best friend’s house for some dinner and then we’ll see a movie. It’s pretty much the same Christmas every year, and I never get tired of it. The only thing that would make it better would be to have Tag here with me.
So that’s the annual Kevin McKee Christmas. Rinse and repeat next year and every year after that.
Merry Christmas if you celebrate it and happy “Everything in America is Closed Except Walgreens Day” if you don’t.
And to all of my readers/fans/stalkers/government spies monitoring this website for potential terrorism activity, I truly appreciate you coming here and reading what I have to say. It means so much to me that I can write something there is at least one other person who wants to read it. If you’re one of those people, you make me happier than I can express.
I’m on vacation from my real job all week, and I’ll definitely take a few days off from blogging as well. I’ll have a few new posts up this week, but don’t expect a full slate of stuff. In the meantime, I’ll be furiously writing songs and thinking about my 2012 goals in the hopes of making 2012 a much better and more musical year for Thousandaire.
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