Monday, December 24, 2007

Christmas Eve

Here's a fun Christmas Greeting Card. It's in the form of a simple jigsaw puzzle. Adults and Children alike will enjoy working the Santa puzzle. Click on Santa Puzzle or click on the Santa below.

Christmas everybody!

We have a quiet day planned until.... around 5:00 PM. Then we expect Kevin, Leslie. Kara and Zachary will be here for Christmas Eve fun. We'll have lots to eat and the opportunity to give the Grandchildren their gifts. This is Jade's first Christmas in the USA.

Ho Ho Ho!

NORAD is the North American Aerospace Defense Command and they will be tracking Santa this year. Click here to keep up with Santa's progress: NORAD Tracks Santa 2007.


Quote of the Day
Christmas waves a magic wand over this world,
and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.
~Norman Vincent Peale

Joke of the Day
A bum, who obviously has seen more than his share of hard times, approaches a well dressed gentleman on the street. "Hey, Buddy, can you spare two dollars?" The well-dressed gentleman responds, "You are not going to spend in on liquor are you?"

"No, sir, I don't drink," retorts the bum.

"You are not going to throw it away in some crap game, are you?" asks the gentleman.

"No way, I don't gamble," answers the bum.

"You wouldn't waste the money at a golf course for greens fees, would you?" asks the man.

"Never," says the bum, "I don't play golf."

The man asks the bum if he would like to come home with him for a home cooked meal. The bum accepts eagerly. While they are heading for the man's house, the bum's curiosity gets the better of him. "Isn't your wife going to be angry when she sees a guy like me at your table?"

"Probably," says the man, "but it will be worth it. I want her to see what happens to a guy who doesn't drink, gamble or play golf."

(Note from Granddaddy: Maybe the bum fishes?)
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Anonymous said...

You do such a great job on your Journal. It is always fun and entertaining and you also pass along such good information. Love, Mary