Saturday, December 26, 2009

The Day After

It’ll be a Big Mess
Don’t you know it will be a big mess today when the stores open. I hope I can stay home. But we’ll be out a little, as Kara has a basketball game this morning. We also plan to visit our dear friend, Celia, who has been ill for the past few weeks.

We’re enjoying our time with Jade. Tomorrow we’re having a potluck supper so all our church friends can visit with Jade while she is home for Christmas.

I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas. Now we have the New Year to look forward to. Just think 2010 is almost here. What will you call it?

  • Two Thousand and Ten
  • Twenty Hundred and Ten
  • Y2K Plus 10
  • Twenty Ten
  • Or something else?

I like calling the new year Twenty Ten.

Tennessee Granddaddy Says:
Well, I guess by now half the toys are broken, and people are lined up at the stores to return things that didn’t fit, were the wrong color, broken, or they didn’t like. My advice to you, stay about from malls and stores for the next few days.

Quote of the Day
A Christmas candle is a lovely thing;
It makes no noise at all,
But softly gives itself away.
~Eva Logue

Joke of the Day

One day a teacher read Chicken Little to her class of 1st graders. When she got to the part where chicken little told the farmer “the sky is falling”, the teacher stopped. And then she asked the class "What do you think the farmer said when chicken little told him the sky was falling?"

A little blond girl says "I think he said ‘HOLY COW!!! A TALKING CHICKEN!!!’"

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