planning becoming new holiday travel ritual
Summer's over, the kids are back in school,
fall schedules are in place and life seems to
be returning to normal.
You're forgetting about ChristmaHanuKwanzaa.
If you want to go somewhere, or manage to see
your family, you better start focusing.
many families this is the time preoccupied with
who will go where when. It's a ritual that has
only grown more difficult as families become
more scattered; jobs have become more demanding
and air travel harder.
all making me a little crazy," said Jill
Farnsworth, a former preschool owner from Deerfield,
Wis., who is in the throes of co-ordinating
her family to meet up for a warm Christmas in