December is crazy for everyone. I get that. But if you work at a toy store in December, it is a special kind of crazy. The month started with singing, dancing and music at the North BurLINKton talent show that I helped organize and volunteered at. Being backstage with the artists was a lot of fun. The event raised over $600. The money paid for Christmas dinner for many families. Other highlights from the month include dinner with friends where we promised to get together more or at least plan one joint camping trip this summer. We celebrated my brother Jon's 50th birthday with a surprise party. Other celebrations included cheering on Charlie at his Christmas Concert and bursting with pride when Josh finally passed his G1 licence. Now to get him behind the wheel! I counted down the days until Kenzie finished writing her exams and all five members of my family were once again under the same roof. She worked so hard those last few weeks. I am so proud of the way she handled herself. And oh yeah, it was Christmas too. It was a month of awesome celebrations spaced between days of getting shit done. I am also sure that without this project most of it would have passed by in a blur.