We have entered a new year, and the lake is not frozen yet. More importantly, there’s a robust economy, which, by all indications (think stock market), will continue. I’ll know more in coming weeks as I facilitate a meeting of high technology automation distributors, which I wrote about last January. Their financial reports will be interesting as they represent every region in the United States and Canada.
If you are having any kind of get together for New Year’s Eve this year, your focus is going to primarily be on what food to serve. But if you’d like to have a fun, festive and easy-to-manage gathering, consider a menu of simple pre-made finger foods that will allow you to be able to focus on the drinks you’ll be serving instead. Not only will a varied and colorful drinks menu please a large crowd with different tastes, but it will add substantially to the celebratory atmosphere. And if you’ve managed to make it to the end of this year relatively unscathed, you should absolutely celebrate that.
It’s quiet as I sit and write from my living room couch. The wood stove crackles every now and then and, since it is Goshen, a train whistle blows regularly. But other than that, here I sit, alone and quiet.
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