I don't know about you, but I am happy the holiday season is here. For me, it's a relief that the end 2020 is near. This year has been rough for everyone for many reasons. My prayers go out to those facing the first holiday without loved ones, facing homelessness or barely making it with no job. The pandemic is at it's highest level of infection across the nation.

Yet, there's a renewed spirit of hope and aspirations for peace in America. The end to the coronavirus is on the horizon, thanks to new vaccines. The coming year will bring brighter days with a new presidency and government, which will hopefully bring a bounce-back on jobs and more. The weight of the election has been lifted off my shoulders and I look forward to a fresh start in 2021. So for me, the holidays offer the promise that brighter days are on the way.

As the Christmas season heats up, the lights and music have sparked a new sense of joy after enduring this dark year. Just to get thinks rolling, I popped in one of my favorite Christmas albums Thanksgiving night by Mariah Carey. Her 1994 LP," Merry Christmas," was the perfect antidot to ward off holiday blues and remind me of all the things I'm thankful for.

With Mariah still on the brain from last night, this morning ironically enough, I seen MiMi is gearing up to host a star-studded Magical Christmas Special. I had to laugh because I'm not the only one turning to the butterfly songstress to spread some yuletide musical joy. Tiffany Haddish played narrator on the trailer for her upcoming special, where the hilarious comedian/actress will also be a guest. Peep the details below. I hope this Christmas brings you and your family relief and joy this season. Happy Holidays!

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