Just took an impromptu walking tour of Ivanhoe, an area of Melbourne where the folks get real merry about Christmas decor, American-style. Well, kind of; it's a good effort. The blue-ribbon light show, in my opinion: Aussie class... Snowmen? Reindeer? How about a Santa-hat wearing kangaroo? Pretending it's winter (though, it's a freak summer and... Continue Reading →
What's wrong with this picture? Hint: It's an AEPi house at the University of Pennsylvania in December.
Back home in New York, Christmas for Jews means Chinese food and going to the movies (apparently). Because I have a TV this year, I can't forget that tonight the rest of the world is celebrating various versions of this holiday. My Australian husband has recalled the Chinese food and movies tradition (which I've actually... Continue Reading →