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What's your favorite thing about this time of year?

Even though I'm starting this thread during the holidays, it can apply to whatever time of year in which someone posts to it. In early April, I might post "The Masters!"

But for now…

Peppermint ice cream.


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Turkey with all the trimmings, and the smile on my son's face when he opens his presents (also my youngest's 1st christmas)

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I will name two favorite things about this time of year. 

1) The weather has cooled off down here, and that means I can play more golf. 

2) The Jaguars' season is coming to an end, so my annual suffering is almost over. 


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5 hours ago, nevets88 said:

All the good movies are released this time of year.

Yup! The cool movies come out.  Can't wait to see Rogue One 

For me around the late year holiday season it is that we are finished at work with budget season. Lots of execs take time off so office is not as hectic. I always take the week between Christmas and New Years off and spend it with my kids, so good bonding time.

The food: I love to cook for Christmas and of course make my favorite soup in the world (Posole/Pozole) and all the fun stuff like carne adovada and cheese enchiladas with a pot of slow cooked pinto beans around New Years.

People in general are nicer  

Golf wise here in Florida the fairways dry out so that when I duff it my ball usually still goes forward a bit. 

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Around this time in NY....  It has a certain "je ne sais quoi" that makes the city more electric and alive than any other time of the year.

I love visiting NY anywhere from late November to New Year's day.  Something in the air around this time of the year makes the city more alive than usual.

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