Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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gorji

I looked out the window on Christmas afternoon. In the tall, bare tree across the street, a flock of cedar waxwings stood in residence.

Christmas night we went at 5 p.m. to a small but stylish Mediterranean cafe in Addison called Canary by Gorji. We dined on a fine three course meal. The turkey was done as a grilled item, in a steak-like form, for which we were provided with pomegranate sauce. Everything was light, easy and pleasant.The staff was polite and attentive, and the owner shook our hand goodbye. It was a perfect ending to a quiet, happy day.

I like working on the day after Christmas. It's quiet and productive.
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