Friday, December 18, 2009

Bad Christmas Plays

Sorry for the late post, my friends. I spent most of the wee hours this Friday morning regurgitating everything I'd eaten for the past week. And the rest of Friday sleeping it off. A spot of flu, I'm thinkin'.

So just a short joke and back to bed today.



A Christmas Story ... featuring Manger Cam!

There's a Star in the Sky ... No, Wait! There's a Hole in our Roof.

The Night the Animals Talked and Pretty Much Remembered Their Lines

Follow the Star and Bring a Dish to Pass

Four Calling Birds Attack Aunt Ruthie

The Three Wise Men and Their List of Grievances

[copyright 2003 by Dave Tippett; used with permission; may be forwarded if not for profit and with credits]


I imagine I'll be back to normal by tomorrow afternoon, or maybe I should say I *hope* to be back to normal by then.

Anyway, I'll see you on Monday.



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WORDS for YOUR WEEKEND: "He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree." (Roy L. Smith)

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