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Deerfield Beach Democratic Boca Raton. Exact date to be advised the Clubhouse, Room N. Discussions, Park Clubhouse, 2395 N. W. 36th Ave.,
Club meets the second Monday of in future issue. For information, Daytrips, films will be topics of the Coconut Creek. Keep informed of
the month at 7 p.m., at the Activity contact Dr. Robert Griffin at 954-426- day. For further information, call your pensions and medical benefits.
Center. Stimulating political 5021. Gladys at 954-421-9232 or Irene at 954- For information, call 561-479-2149.
discussions. All invited. Refreshments 418-9156.
served. For information, call Bernie Independent Living meets in the North East Focal Senior Center:
Parness, President at 954-415-5658. Clubhouse the first Wednesday of Looking for Lois’s! Adult Day Care service, Monday
each month from 1 p.m to 3 p.m. in A Reunion of “The Lois Club” to Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m
Deerfield Progressive Forum the elevator alcove near the theater. will take place on Tuesday, January for individuals with dementia,
meets Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon, For further information, contact Jodi 11, 2011 at 12:00 noon at Sunday Alzheimer’s disease or memory
in Le Club for lecture/discussion at 954-722-6400. House Restaurant, 106 S. Swinton loss. Contact Mary Jo Bodnick, Case
sessions on political, economic and Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444. Manager at 954-480-4463. Yoga
social issues. For information, call Italian-American Club, your Call Restaurant (561-272-5678) for Lite every Monday at 3:30 p.m. to
Roz Bloom at 954-428-1598. heritage, meets the second Monday of directions for the luncheon. 4:30 p.m. Ballroom Dance lessons
each month at 10:30 a.m. (note: new This is our Second Season of this every Tuesday 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.;
Deer-Raton Lions Club meets on time) in the Clubhouse Party Room. newly-formed group and we welcome Enhance Fitness Program, Monday,
the first and third Wednesdays of each Join us for fun. Some of our functions: anyone named “Lois” to join. The Wednesday & Friday 10 a.m. to
month at 6:30 p.m., at the Atlantic Pizza Parties, Picnics (the Italian Way), club meets monthly for the purpose 11 a.m. or 12 noon to 1 p.m. ($10
Bread Co., 296 S. Federal Highway in Trips, Lunch/Dinner Theatre, Guest of gathering women, who share their donation per month) “Hot Topic”
Deerfield Beach. For information, call Speakers and more. Contacts all year: same first name Lois. Please join us. discussions every Tuesday 11 a.m. to
George Gsegnet at 954-419-9647. Lena Radicella at 954-428-2184, Lucille Call Lois R. 954-425-6922 for more 1 p.m.; Open Water Color Painting
Carlucci at 954-421-2406 and Toni information. class every Wednesday at 9 a.m. to
District 65 U.A.W. (formerly Ponto at 954-428-0286. JOIN, JOIN, 10 a.m. Self Empowerment support
South Florida Retirees) meets every JOIN. group every Wednesday at 12 noon to
Mended Hearts Cardiac Support
third month on the third Tuesday of 1 p.m.; Line Dancing ($4 donation) for
Group an affiliate of the American
the month, 12 noon, at the Activity Jet Setters, CVE’s new club for beginners/intermediate, every Friday
Heart Association, meets the first and
Center. Updated reports will be made widows, widowers and singles. Plans 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Beginner Computer
third Mondays of the month at 6:30
on the 65 Security Plan. Please attend for various day trips will be discussed lessons offered one-on-one at $40 for
p.m. Heart Healthy Snacks will be
and bring new members. For further and members will be able to sign up six one-hour lessons. Contact Michelle
served. Open to all cardiac patients
information, call Pearl Hill at 954-421- for these events. For information, call Flower at 954-480-4447 and assist
and their families in the community.
7776. Lila at 954-596-9949 or Sandi at 954- in Floral Arrangements. Volunteer
Located at 7300 Del Prado Circle
725-5895. opportunities; Contact Claire Riccardi
South, Boca Raton. For information
District Council 37 Retirees: 954-480-4447.
Next meeting held at Temple Anshei Jewish War Veterans Post and
Shalom, 7099 Atlantic Ave., Delray, Auxiliary 265 meets the third Sunday Our Lady of Mercy Catholic
Na’Amat USA ,Negev/Gila
33436. For information, call Chairman of the month in the Activity Room C Church 5201 N. Military Trail,
Chapter (Century Village-Deerfield
Vincent Socci at 561-451-3643. behind LeClub at 10:30 a.m. Show Deerfield Beach, Fl. Services Monday
Beach) –For information about this
your support of our troops by joining to Friday, 9 a.m., Saturday Vigil 4
organization, call Kitty Cole at 954-
Egyptology Club meets for group and getting involved in our numerous p.m., Sunday 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., and
360-7956 or Marjorie Moidel at 954-
study, discussion and videos every programs benefitting our armed 11 a.m. by Rev Kenneth Whittaker..
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., in General forces. We need more JWV of Korea For further information, call 954-421-
Purpose Room C. Future meetings and Vietnam wars. For information, 3246.
National Council of Jewish
will concentrate on the history, call Kitty Cole at 954-360-7956 or
Women. Meetings are held at the
culture and art of Ancient Egypt. The Shirley Goldstein at 954-480-8716 or Philadelphian and Neighbors
club will continue with the video Clubhouse, Room N, at 12 noon on
Mickie Maurer at 954-570-6342 or Club Meetings third Tuesday of
lectures by Dr. Bob Brier. For further Ralph Bell at 954-590-2965. the third Wednesday of each month, every month from October to March,
information, call Golda at 954-360- October through April. All welcome, Room N, at 1 p.m. in the Clubhouse.
7377. Knitting Club of CVE meets every non sectarian. Keep these days open, Greet old and new friends. For
Monday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the paid up membership call Fran at 954- information, call Irene Axelrod at
Emunah of America meets third Sewing Room at the Clubhouse. We 428-1336 (date TBA). Jan. 20 Mame at 954-418-9156 or Lena Alexander at
Wednesday every month at 12 noon welcome beginners and experienced Stage Door, call Jean at 954-421-8121. 954-429-2865.
in the Young Israel Synagogue in knitters and crotchetiers. If you have Feb. 2, new member’s breakfast,
Century Plaza. Light lunch and an “Itch to Stitch”, come and have call Fran at 954-428-1336. Saturday Philosophy of CVE meetings are
interesting program. All cordially fun and make someone happy. Call (TBA) trip to Morikami Museum held the first and third Monday of
welcome. For information about this Florence 954-698-9421. Gardens, including tea ceremony and every month, beginning November
chapter, call Ina Ciocca at 954-360- lunch, call Selma at 954-421-6423. 1 through April at 7:30 p.m. The
0740 or Selma at 954-427-8674 or Pearl Kosher Singles a new club for Feb. 23 Card party Activity Center, Philosophy Club invites everyone
at 954-426-0189. dining, travel and day trips. Meets the call Julia at 954-428-1602. Call Sylvia for an hour and a half of using our
third Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m. (president) at 954-421-8870 or Fran at minds to question and learn about the
Friends of Deerfield Beach in Room E, second floor. For more 954-428-1336, for further information. greatest topics of our Age, Science,
Arboretum 2841 W. Hillsboro Blvd. information call 954-698-9334. Religion, Art, Music and more. Bring
Free tour of the Arboretum every Nature Club will meet the your curiosity. For details, call Jerry
Friday at 10 a.m., and the first L’Alliance Francophone third Friday of every month from Saxon at 954-428-9381.
Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. CVE Join more than 800 French- November to April in Clubhouse
Seminars held at 7 p.m. in recreation speaking residents of the Village, Room A at 10 a.m. A different speaker Poetry Study & Discussion Group
room of Constitution Park. All mostly snowbirds from Canada. is at each meeting and several Poetry heals! It can relieve boredom,
seminars followed with an auction The association was established in trips each year are enjoyed by the anxiety, depression, loneliness and
featuring plants, herbs and trees from 1995, offering great activities. For members. These trips are to a variety more. Come and see. The group
our nursery. Refreshments served. All information, call Reine Larouche at of nature sites. For information, call meets Mondays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. For
invited. Volunteers needed to help 954-425-0235 or Pierrette Pelletier at Shelly Baskin at 954-428-0634. more information, call Howard at
spread mulch, weed and participate 954-426-6132. 954-571-7148.
in planting activities. For further Newbies Come and meet new
information, call 954-480-4494. L’Alliance Francophone of CVE people interested in social activities, Practice Spanish Club Meets
Si vous parlez Français, joignez-vous dinners and trips. We meet the first Mondays 12 noon to 2 p.m. (all year)
Hadassah Deerfield Beach meets aux 800 personnes déjà membres Tuesday of the month from November in the Clubhouse Elevator Alcove on
monthly on the third Monday at de notre association. Nous avons de to April, Room F, 7 p.m. For the theater level. For information, call
noon in Activity Room B at the rear nombreuses activitès tres diversifièès information, call Virginia at 954-426- Mary Feldman at 954-418-9477.
of LeClub. Use bus No. 5. Interesting a vous proposer. Pour toute 9455 or Beverly at 954-428-3705.
programs! For information, call information, appeler Reine Larouche Red Hatters Club JCP Red Hatters
Minerva Katz at 954-427-9902 or 954-425-0235 or Pierrette Pelletier 954- New Covenant Church Celebration meet the second Wednesday of each
Adele at 954 427-4970. 426-6132. Service every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. month in the clubhouse. Monthly
and Evening Service and Bible Study outings planned. Requirement
Hispanic Club meets at the Lapidary Club members only, every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. For for membership is a Red Hat and
Activity Center Room B every second work every Thursday and Friday, further information, call 954-781-3170. Purple Dress, Blouse, Pants, etc.
Sunday of each month from 2:30 p.m 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Lapidary must be worn on outings. For
to 4 p.m. Come and meet new friends Room. Supervisor must be present. New Horizons Church of Deerfield more information, phone Josephine
and help us plan club activities. For Sessions will be added as needed. For Worship Service at 10 a.m., Sunday Privitera at 954-425-7026.
information call Judith Smith at 954- information, call Walter Reich at 954- school at 10:30 a.m. For information,
427-8248. 421-6875 or Victor Goldring at 954-418- call the church at 954-427-3045. Russian Club will be meeting
2174. every third Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Humanist of the Gold Coast New York Transit Retirees of at the home of Galina Baraz, 2064
meets at the Unitarian Universalist Lets Talk meets the second and Florida meets the second Wednesday Ventnor P. For further information,
Fellowship, 2601 St. Andrews Blvd., fourth Tuesday each month, 2 p.m. in of the month at 11 a.m. at Centura contact Galina at 954-428-3870.
JANUARY 2011 CVE REPORTER PAGE 13B
Saint Ambrose Catholic Church South Florida Harmonica Tai-Chi The class will be on from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the
Pastor Rev. Bryan Dalton, Daily Club Do you play the harmonica? Wednesday from 2:30 p.m. to Music Room A from November
Masses 7:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 7 p.m., Would you like to play in an 3:30 p.m. in Exercise Room at until April. For information, call
Saturday morning Vigil Masses 4 active harmonica group? We are a Clubhouse with instructor, Terry. Ted at 954-428-0578.
p.m., 5:30 p.m., Sunday Masses 7:30 performing harmonica club, often Come join our class and get rid of
a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12 noon, 6 playing gigs. Our audience tells us stress United Federation of Teachers/
p.m., Confessions Saturday, 11 a.m. that we are their best entertainment. Retired Teachers Chapter
to 12 noon, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., For We meet at the North West Focal Temple Beth Israel is a Meetings at Temple Anshei
information, call the church at 954- Point Senior Center on Wednesday Conservative, Egalitarian Shalom, W. Atlantic Ave. West
427-2225. afternoons from 1 p.m to 3 p.m. Congregation, which has a Minyan of Jog, Delray. For further
The center is located at 6009 N.W. on Mondays and Thursdays information, call Hilda Cohen at
Senior Support Group We are here 10 th Street in Margate, Fl. 33063. at 8:30 a.m. Cantor Irvin Bell 954-428-6805.
to give the support you need. We Please call Sam at 954-421-5792 or conducts Friday evening services
pledge confidentiality. Thursdays, 2 Bea at 954-426-3540. at 7:30 p.m., followed by an United Club No. 7 (Retirees of
to 3 p.m. Room C in the Clubhouse. Oneg Shabbat. He also conducts ILGWU & ACTWU) meets on the
Provided by the Center for Group Stained Glass Club meets on Saturday morning services which first Thursday or first Saturday
Counseling, sponsored by the United the first Wednesday of every are held at 9 a.m., followed by of each month in the Clubhouse,
Way of Palm Beach County. For more month until April at 10 a.m. in the a Kiddush. The Temple has a Room N at 1 p.m. For information,
information call 561-483-5300. Center Clubhouse Stained Glass room. circulating library of books in call Bea Jacobs at 954 427-2133.
for Group Counseling, 22455 Boca For further information, call Harry Judaica and current best sellers.
Road, just south of Palmetto Park Liner at 954-426-4853. The library also has an ongoing United Order True Sisters All
Road. book sale. Hours are Monday to welcome. For information contact
Stamp and Coin Club meets Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Betty Swinkin, Membership
Senior Volleyball for men and every fourth Thursday at 12 noon to For information, call the office at Chairperson, at 954-570-9526.
women on Mondays, Wednesdays 2 p.m. in the Clubhouse, Room C on 954-421-7060.
and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the first floor. Residents and guests Waves (Navy Gals) Meets
the Volleyball Court, next to the main are invited to have their stamps and Temple B’nai Shalom (Reform) every month on the first
tennis courts back of the Clubhouse. coins there to sell, buy & trade. For Services are conducted every Saturday at 12 noon at the Olive
Everyone who attends plays. Call more information call Rafael Vance Friday at 8 p.m. at Le Club by Garden on Federal Highway
Max at 954-903-0567, E-mail: 954-421-8579. Rabbi Alton M. Winters and in Ft. Lauderdale. For further
Heppnershanamax@aol.com. Cantor, Gary Sherman. Oneg information, call Eunice Westin at
Stock Market Discussion Club Shabbat follows services every 954-427-7119.
Sisterhood of Young Israel meets the first and third Monday week. For additional information,
of Deerfield Beach meets at the each month at 10 a.m., Room N. call Helen Baumann at 954-426- We Care of CVE still available
Synagogue the first Tuesday of each Exchange information about stocks, 2532. for supplies (wheelchairs, walkers,
month at 12:30 p.m. There will be no mutual funds, ETF’s and bonds. canes, etc. only.) Contact Barbara
meetings during the summer. Gift No fee involved. For further The Theosophical Society of Brown at 954-574-9675.
Shop now open Monday, Tuesday information, call Janine at 954-428- Deerfield located at 831 SE 9 th
and Wednesday mornings. Everyone 2303 or Hortense at 954-429-1604. Street, phone number 954-420-0908 Women Marines Association
welcome. For further information, offers a free Sunday Speaker’s membership is open to women
call Helen Hagler at 954-360-9939 or Talking Book Club the JBL Forum every week from 3:30 who serve or have served
Tobi Kleiman at 954-725-3776. Library, in conjunction with p.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, we honorably in the U.S. Marine
the Low Vision Group in CVE, have many interesting classes Corps or U.S. Marine Reserves.
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Israel is forming a monthly Talking during the day and evenings, also Many people are not aware of our
meets on the second Thursday of Book Club. Each participant will without charge. To obtain a free existence. For information, call
each month at 11:30 am. A mini receive the same audio book. A quarterly bulletin, call the lodge Ruth Beisner at 954-428-1637.
lunch is served followed by an representative for the JBI Library at the above number or Lillian
interesting program. For further will facilitate the book discussion Mayer, a CVE resident, for more Workmen’s Circle, Branch
information, call the Temple office at once a month. The group will meet information, about specific classes 1051 meets at 1 p.m. on the first
954-421-7060. the second Tuesday of the month we offer at 954-360-7080. Wednesday at south County Civic
at 10 a.m. in the Clubhouse, Music Center on Jog Rd. For information,
Sixty-five Social Club Come join Room B. For information, call The Village Vagabonds Jazz call Miriam Guz at 561-495-7378.
us with a social club that has been in Marilyn Ball 954-360-9074. band plays Wednesday afternoons
existence for a long time. If you are a
couple & like to be active & enhance
your life style, our club affords the
opportunities of meeting new friends,
going on many different cruises,
experiencing many restaurants,
as well as day trips to museums,
casino gambling, shows & theaters,
weekends away & mystery trips.
Don’t waste another minute. For
information call Lillian at 954-360-
Social Singles If you are 70 years
old or younger and feeling young
at heart, Social Singles is the club
for you. We are a club that enjoys
going to shows, museums, nature
outings and more. We dine at local
restaurants for breakfast, brunch,
lunch or dinner. Our meetings
are held the second Monday of the
month in the clubhouse at 7 p.m.,
room G. For more information,
please call Frieda at 954-429-1750 or
Sheila at 954-725-1521.
Soft Ball Players now forming
Century Village teams. No age
limitations. Call Ed Obeid at 954-421-
South Florida Gold Coast Chapter
of Myasthenia Gravis support group
meets on the second Saturday each
month at 1 p.m. at the North Broward
Medical Center, I-95 and Sample
Road. For information, call Gladys or
Evelyn at 954-429-0455.
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The Sporting Life
Volleyball Games Rock
Text and Photo By MAX AMICHAI HEPPNER
Yes! We members of laughs to keep me happy every Monday, Wednesday
CVE’s Senior Volleyball until I close my eyes at and Friday, since November
Club play to win. Yes! We night.” 1. When our full comple-
play for the exercise. Yet Rocco is a professional ment of snowbirds arrive
most of all we play for the laughter coach. He has a bag in January, we expect to ex-
joy of it. Almost every point full of tricks to make people pand play to every weekday.
we make brings out peals laugh so if he goes to the Play starts when at least
of laughter, either because Volleyball court for laughs, eight players are ready to
the shot is so well made or it speaks volumes. He is a begin. The two most experi- Frank Russo serves a ball for the Baccalas on Dec. 20 hoping for a
because it exposed some re- retired hypnotherapist and enced players choose sides. point and a good laugh. He helped the Baccalas to a 15-1 win in the
ally funny error on the part bio-feedback technician who As more players arrive, they last game of the day.
of the receivers. puts on programs, as a vol- are added to the existing
“The way we play bright- unteer or paid professional teams. I keep a roster, mainly to See you next Monday!
ens my day,” says Frank to get nonprofit and busi- Not long ago, Jewish inform regulars about any
Rocco, one of the club’s ness groups to laugh away players predominated on change in the schedule. Ev-
regulars. “Between the time their anxiety and stress. one side and called their eryone is welcome. In fact,
play starts in the morn- The Volleyball Club has team “The Bagels.” That if you just walk by the court
ing about 9:15 a.m. and the been meeting at the CVE day, players of Italian ex- while we play, chances are
time we quit, about 11:15 Volleyball court (next to the traction formed the majority you’ll get a hearty invita-
a.m. I get more than enough Clubhouse Tennis courts) of the other side and called
themselves “The Baccalas.”
tion to come and join in the
fun, especially if you are Volunteers
Being Jewish, I knew all a woman. Most regulars
about bagels--doughnut- are men, and we treasure
shaped rolls; I had to consult our coed players. Usually,
Want To Take A Trip? Wikipedia to discover what there’s at least one of the
distaff gender on each team.
Baccalas are “In Rome, bac-
calà alla romana is a dish of We’ve actually acquired
CVE SYMPHONY OR- light lunch on your own.
deep-fried, battered salt-
cod.” We don’t really care
a reputation as a fun group.
Former players, friends
CHESTRA GUILD-A Day KRAVIS CENTER- matinee if we’re a roll that looks like and family often sit on
With A Difference, Wednes- performance, Philharmonic a zero or a salted fish. As I the benches alongside the
day, January 26, 2011. NOR- Orchestra of Poland, Mezza- said, we play for the fun of court and laugh with us. So
Docent led tours,
nine seating. ST. TROPEZ
it, not to establish records.
That’s why the captains
whether you want to play or
just watch, you’re welcome needed
under our new umbrellas.
exhibits-Treasures course gourmet who choose sides make
of Chinese Em- dinner. Return every effort to keep the abili- Actually, the Athletic De-
perors, Selec- home and sleep ties of each side equal. That partment of CVE has been
tions from Art
Basel, Miami and
in your own bed.
Cost $119. Call
allows room for every level
very good to us. They
renovated the court over the Meals on
permanent collec- Gladys, 954-421- There are no membership summer and provided new
tion. CITY PLACE- 9232. requirements and no fees. balls. So, what’s not to like?
t Rates on Accou
All the banking services
you need in one place. Village.
Checking and Savings Accounts Checking Accounts
Certiﬁcates of Deposit Business & Commercial Loans
Personal Loans Construction Loans
Real Estate Loans Commercial Real Estate Loans
Auto Loans Lines of Credit
CD Loans Online Banking
Home Equity Lines of Credit
. Home Equity Loans
1898-A West Hillsboro Blvd. at
Deerﬁeld Beach, FL 33442
FirstBank Florida is a division of FirstBank Puerto Rico. Member FDIC.
JANUARY 2011 CVE REPORTER PAGE 15B
The Sporting Life
first meeting of the year to had.
elect officers for the current The Club’s website,
season, discuss upcoming CVETennis.com, designed and
functions and distribute maintained by Jim Brouilette
By RAY CAPOBIANCO court schedules and mem- (the Club’s most valuable
smashed and players having after the first of the year. bership info. Two January person) is a thing of beauty.
Our new season has begun. a good time playing the game One men’s team, captained functions are planned. Our It is extremely user-friendly,
Tennis courts are now alive they love. by Steve Center, will play in Social Jamboree will be held contains any and all club
with the sound of balls being Leagues will be starting the inter-condo, hard-court at Richmond courts on Janu- info and even knows each
league. They will play their ary 9. Coffee and bagels will member’s name when they
five home games Mondays be served at 9 a.m. At 9:30 log on. Jim created a website
starting at 11:00 a.m. at the a.m., Stuart’s of Boca, will be that would be the envy of
Richmond courts. Dates will holding a Prince Racket dem- any tennis league or industry
be broadcast on the CVETen- onstration. Our annual BBQ corporation.
For CVE nis.com website. Intramural
Men’s League, directed by
will be held at Tradewinds
Park Wed., January 19 from 12
All those interested in join-
ing the Tennis Club, please
Robert Simard, will play a
Senior Tennis nine-week schedule on Fri-
days starting January 7. The
noon to 3:00 p.m. Hot dogs,
hamburgers, music, dancing
and lots of good fun will be
contact the Club President,
Ray Capobianco, at 954-464-
Players matches will be held at Rich-
mond and Clubhouse courts
simultaneously, starting at
By E. LAHASKY 11:00 a.m. It’s great entertain-
ment, so come out and cheer
for your friends and neigh-
Irwin Lahasky, resident of 4072
Craftsmanship and Value - Stripping
bors. - GrassCloth
We have many teams par- $65 - Murals
Berkshire E, and partner Mario ticipating in two additional border
soft-court leagues, Palm
Alvarez of Milton, Fl (near Pen-
Beach Senior and the Grand (4 roll) WALLPAPER
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complexes having soft courts. (6 roll)
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I’m Just Askin’ Home-Spun Philosophy
By Len Witham
By LiLLian White
I guess everyone is philo- at you, she may want to go you “flip the coin” and it will,
The older I get, the more Year’s Eve. They should be sophical at times. My favorite home anyway. Then you can at least, bring you a smile or
I face the New Year with more worried about what philosophy is that life is a really smile – in relief!) two. Payback time!
mixed emotions. I’m happy they eat between New Year’s two-sided coin. When you When your kids are be- I guess there must be a lot
that I made it through anoth- Eve and Christmas. flip it, it comes down “laugh ing impossible, and you’re at of times when you have to
er year above ground. On the or cry,” and you have to make your wit’s end trying to deal “make a choice.” You know
Many years ago my New
other hand, I know I’m one a choice. Whenever pos- with them, you say, “I just them better than I do. Think
Year’s Resolution was to give sible, I try to laugh but it isn’t hope when you’re married
more year closer to becoming about them, and try to put
worm food. up making resolutions. I’m always that simple, however and have kids of your own, them in perspective. I’ll bet 50
Then there’s this silly tra- proud to say this is the one I try. they’ll be just like you.” On
percent of the time you could
resolution I’ve been able to You’re in the middle of the other hand, this is not a
dition of making New Year’s have smiled, at least, rather
cleaning house, and looking good idea. Who wants two
Resolutions. All this does is stick to. than let it upset you.
your absolute worse, when a generations of rotten, bratty
to give me one more thing to Cheers to the New Year neighbor rings the doorbell kids? Being a grandmother Another philosophy of
feel guilty about, since I have and another chance to get it and expects to be invited in should mean being able to mine: “Life is short, and
a history of breaking all of right. for a chat. Grit your teeth, relax and enjoy them. But if people have to be kind to each
my resolutions before Val- smile and keep telling your- the “little darlings” get out of other.” Forget the grudges,
Anyway, whether you
entine’s Day. Of course, this self that it is better than com- hand, you can pick yourself the irritations and the annoy-
make or keep your resolu- ances – just relax and go with
may be due to my mother be- ing home unexpectedly and up and go home. Leave it
tions, I’m just askin’ that finding her in bed with your to their parents to cope with the flow. To quote an old
ing a domestic travel agent—
she was always sending me you all Have a Happy and husband – oy! them. See how they like it! Alka-Seltzer commercial: “Try
on guilt trips. Healthy New Year. (When she takes one look That will be the time when it – you’ll like it!”
In any event, I thought I’d
share some words of wisdom
on the subject with you.
On New Year’s Eve, ev-
eryone has drunk their last
drink, sworn their last oath,
smoked their last joint, told
their last lie, made their last
bet and given up casual sex.
Thankfully, when they wake
up the next morning with an
excruciating hangover, they
can’t remember what resolu-
tions they made.
He who breaks a New
Year’s Resolution is a weak-
ling. He who makes one is
misguided. A New Year’s
Resolution is something that
goes in one year and out the
May the list of all your
troubles in the New Year be
as long as the list of New 02/12/2011
Year’s Resolutions you’ve
The behavior of adults
during the holiday season
seems to be to get as drunk
as possible at holiday par-
ties. This culminates on New
Year’s Eve, when you get so
drunk you actually kiss your 02/12/2011 02/12/2011
Every year my resolu-
tion is to tolerate fools more
gladly—provided this does
not encourage them to take
up more of my time.
Character is the ability to
carry out a good resolution
long after the excitement of 02/12/2011 02/12/2011
the moment has worn off.
New Year celebrations are
harmless institutions, of no
particular use to anybody,
except as a scapegoat for
New Year’s Eve is when
old acquaintance be forgot—
unless, of course, the tests
come back positive.
People seem to be so wor-
ried about what they eat
between Christmas and New
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