Today, I busy am preparing for my family’s Christmas celebration. We have company coming over and the house still needs a good deal of cleaning to be up to the standards for having people over. We are doing build-your-own grilled cheese for Christmas Eve dinner, a big breakfast/brunch on Christmas Day morning, and tacos for Christmas Day dinner. I have half the stuff from the grocery store I need and I have been told that Denmark is going to be basically shut down from Thursday night to Monday morning.
I also am getting my second COVID-19 booster shot to have a full course of Pfizer due to the new research that suggests that the Jansen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine may not protect me from catching the virus. This is a bit off-label, but I am willing to take a bit of risk here for much better protection. It also makes my Danish CoronaPass valid; which is a big plus.
So no long-form content today about Christmas. To make up for that, here is Berkeley in a shemagh looking very cute.
If you want something to read, I suggest these three pieces from the archives: Tuesday’s article and two that I think got missed in the shuffle over the past few months.
Merry Christmas from my family to yours if you celebrate! I will be back on Tuesday with a new article.