Celebrate Good Times


The ways a man chooses to celebrate changes with age.

In earlier years, silly hats, music, candles and cakes were the way to go.

Later, it seemed the thing to do was a late night with good friends and muddled memories.

Soon, amorous music and a candle-lit dinner seemed to be the way to say what was on your mind.

Now, celebration had more to do with the nourishment of comforts than with runaway passions.

The one encompassing factor that they all still seem to possess— Celebration is always better when shared with a close friend

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Celebrate Good Times.”


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