Black Friday Poll

It's over. You did it. Maybe you took no notice because of the 9 to 5, or maybe you gorged on leftovers and lay-aways (Do they even have those anymore?). Regardless, another Black Friday has come and gone. Stores are richer, Christmas is closer, and if you aren't out in a treestand right now hunting your cares away, let me know how Black Friday went by taking this little poll:

How did you spend your Black Friday?




What did I do? I spent part of the day working. Then the family walked downtown for the Christmas tree lighting (Julie got to decorate it - you'll have to ask her about driving a lift) and caroling. We enjoyed a glow-in-the-dark art exhibit in the local gallery before returning home. After the kids went to bed, the two of us did what all computer-friendly couples do these days: watch comedy on the internet.

At the risk of belaboring this post, I have to let you know about my longer and more polished reflections on Black Friday. They are personal, and personally disturbing, but I'm not sure what to do about that so I'll be grateful for yesterday and hope my mid-life crisis includes a conscientious wake-up. I'm getting lax in my waning 30s. Read the article here:

Black Friday Slip at The High Calling.

The High Calling is a website about work, life and God. Cart photo by Claire Burge

3 comments:

Sam Van Eman November 27, 2010 at 5:13 PM  

Nice, Phil. The most golf I ever played was in middle school on our intramural golf team. I think I've been out five times since then.

L.L. Barkat November 29, 2010 at 2:16 PM  

I lounged like Mary. With myself and my thoughts.

Oh, and pie. :)

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