Every year I mean to do this.  I mean to wish everyone a happy Hanukkah and a merry Christmas on their respective times of the year.  Christmas is easy.  You can’t escape Christmas.

Hanukkah, however, I kept missing.  I never knew when it started.

There is a reason for this, outside just my native laziness.  Hanukkah’s placement isn’t based on the Gregorian calendar but on the Hebrew calendar.  I know, who would have thunk it, right?

In any case, it moves on the calendar I use.  I didn’t know that; now I do.  Hopefully I’ll remember next year and this can become an annual thing.

If not, here’s hoping next years Hanukkah will be a good one, too.

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