Sunday, November 29, 2009


Seems everyone has some weird thoughts moving in their I got a few of my own...

1. How do you make a gingerbread house and NOT eat all the candy?

2. When Frostys balls get to heavy, why does mom not have superhuman strength?

3. When hanging up Christmas lights, why is they always work BEFORE you put them on the roof line?

4. How come Christmas stockings are not Christmas hats?

5. What happened to "Spread tidings of comfort and joy"? and can you "spread" that?

6. Biggest question of all....Why are they putting Valentines candy out on the shelf when i am still in need of Christmas?

Comments on "Questions..."


Blogger Stan said ... (9:34 AM) : 

Hey, you are back in blog land? I would guess by your questions you have been running into some problems with your Christmas decorations! Christmas lights ~ they are the best, I have wasted so much time over the years trying to get old lights to work. However, I discovered the secret. Use them one year, the second year when you try them if some do not work ~ throw them away and buy new. However, the "problem light" situation may be resolved ~ can't say anymore because it will create another question. Went to buy some garland yesterday, notice cherry chocolates for $1.59 a box ~ not a bargain but well worth the price for these sweet morsels. Went to a second store, same box of chocolate cherries $4.95. Question: Why do some merchants think they can get away with taking advantage at the end of the road? However, this problem maybe resolved come February / March!


Blogger Shana said ... (6:48 AM) : 

Ok so you mention TWO problems of Christmas that may be resolved come feb or march....the light one I can gather as by then i will shut the things buying the chocolate covered cherry plant?
So pops, whats in Feb or march other than my birthday....and i would LOVE the chocolate covered cherry plant for a gift...thanks.


Blogger Stan said ... (8:46 PM) : 

You sipping the juice of the grape again? Who said anything about "chocolate covered cherry plant", chocolate cherries do not grow on plants. They are made in a chocolate facility. As for other "special" days in February, other than your birthday ~ please refer to your "family calendar" and you will note that we have six (6) family members with birthdays in February and five (5) anniversaries. Considering there is only 28 days in February, looks like a full calendar and just prior to tax time!


Blogger Shana said ... (9:17 AM) : 

LOL....oh so your paying to take the family to the chocolate covered cherry plant in Feb?


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