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While this earthly vessel is physically compromised – okay, okay, so is my humor – I still dwell in the “can-” part of cancer.
“We have public recreational skating and drop-in hockey, which is open for anyone who wants to come and play a game, along with sticks and pucks.”
It wasn’t a White Christmas, but the snow will come. Hang on to your wintry hopes and this list of coasting hot spots.
Spider-Man: New Year’s for kids at Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum in Poughkeepsie; New Paltz offers family-friendly New Year’s Eve; Into the Spider-Verse animates comic adventures in high style.
When you splice a sudden onset fever with a heap of other health challenges, it spells, in the immortal words of Scooby Doo: “Ruh-roh!”
As I watched and listened to the families around me, I noticed how excited everyone in my train was by this experience. So many kids of all ages and their parents laughed, danced and smiled practically the whole 90-minute ride.
Who is more amped up about Santa’s arrival on the Village Green in Woodstock on Monday, December 24: our children or the Big Kids – the Mamas and Papas and shopkeepers and dedicated town officials who put the whole shebang together each year?
See It’s a Wonderful Life on the big screen at UPAC.
How furious was I? Well, what’s hotter than fire? Try 250,000F of sheer unadulterated rage nebula. And all pinned on my husband.