Christmas

Earworm: Christmas Eve/ Sarajevo – Trans-Siberian Orchestra

One of my favorite remakes of a timeless Christmas Classic.  It’s just a nice modern version, and it’s also so very powerful.  I hope everyone had a very merry Christmas, and that y’all got what you asked for.

 

Holidays are over

The holidays are over. What a shame it is, really. After this, people will go back to their regular everyday lives of not giving two hoots about family. And worse, no more gifts (unless your birthday is near, then you’d be lucky to have dinner bought for you)!!!!!!!!!!

It honestly did not even feel like Christmas arrived at all this year. Sure, the gifts were good, but that’s besides the point. I mean that I didn’t feel the warm, toasty loving feeling in the pit of my stomach that would force me to smile and run around screaming like a banshee.

I’m the oldest kid in the family, and so no one is really there to match my inner insanity besides The Big Cheese, but our insanity together gets toned down around la familia.

Anyway, no structure to this, just thoughts in a conglomerate. Next up, New Years, and then it’s back to normal.

Holiday Shopping

So I got my shopping done in a day.  Granted it was 3 days before Christmas, but I got it done in a day.  15 gifts, and under-budget, and my area not being THAT overly crowded, it was a good shopping day.  I just got annoyed with all the driving.  I added about 100 miles yesterday just going from store to store.  I even got myself some nice holiday treats.

Anyway, a small comic for everyone.

 

 

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Earworm: Peanut’s Theme – Vince Guiraldi

Tis’ the season right?  Since Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s safe to start posting some Christmas type things, and to start off I’d like to present to you a timeless classic, the Peanut’s Theme.

I heard this while I was walking in at Starbucks, and I can’t stop humming it.  It’s such a soothing piece, and it more ways than one, calming.  We are in the home stretch, and hopefully, the Mayan’s are wrong, and we’ll see past December 12th.