When I was about 10 years old, both me and my sister got chocolate calendars for the whole month. Every day you're supposed to open a numbered window and have a small chocolate for yourself. I was patient and had one chocolate a day until about 6-8th of December. That's when I had one chocolate missing. A bug I thought, and shrugged it off for that day. But the next day my chocolate was missing again. And that's when I started to suspect a thief. Turns out that in the span of just few days my older sister ate all of her chocolates, and then started eating mine. This is the story that I remember to this day, and whenever I hear the word advent calendar, it pops in my mind almost instantly.
Outside the Christmas topic, there were some other news in the Elm land. Dillon and Jeroen from Elm Radio podcast have released a new episode on Lighthouse, the tool used to improve the quality of your web pages. The topic covered is not specific to Elm but to anyone involved in web development, and it is worth listening to because they talk about service workers, progressive web apps, manifest.json, canonical URLs, SEO, and many other terms.
I thought I'd finish this edition with a quote, but quotic a comic strip is next to impossible without losing most of the context. So enjoy: