On the fourth Thursday of every November, Americans pig out to the fullest extent while ignoring the sins of the past.
We’re still a long way out from Christmas, even though one Seattle radio station is already playing holiday music around the clock, and gift catalogs have been clogging mailboxes since Halloween.
Editor’s note: This week’s entry is an excerpt from Greenberg’s book, Relative Discomfort: The Family Survival Guide (Andrews McMee). Please check out HYPERLINK “http://www.relativediscomfort.com” www.relativediscomfort.com for book events this months and next.
I work for the Lake Washington School District as an instructional assistant and I cross students everyday to and from school. I have been doing this for 18 years and the drivers here in Redmond don’t understand when children are present, you must slow down to 20 miles per hour.