To combat the mid-winter blues and get those much desired endorphins really flowing, Canadee recommends high intensity scarf tying.
As informed Doomsday Preppers Clovis and Ledge understand that their stockpile of prime hardwood fuel will only see them through the first part of an apocalypse. But, when you think about it, the FIRST part of an apocalypse really is the BEST part of the apocalypse.
After the holidays I like to sit by a cozy fire with a cup of tea and go through all my Christmas cards, basking in their messages of love and goodwill. Like this sweet card from my niece, entitled “How the Grinch Stole Our Christmas Sweaters.”
Christmas traditions speak of warmth and family togetherness. Our family likes to gather in the living room, where the children, dressed in white, tussle playfully over a giant lump of coal. Then Daddy says how great it is that Mommy can still fit into her wedding dress, and isn’t it about time for the kids to take their coal and go to bed? Yes. Family togetherness and fossil fuels–that’s what Christmas is all about.
Don’t worry, Anaglypta. Your Christmas secrets are safe with me, as there is a very good chance I wasn’t listening to you anyway.
Newland is thinking that Grandma’s Alzheimer’s must be getting worse. This December Grandma forgot they were Jewish.
With his relaxed necktie, rolled-up sleeves, and plaid trilby, Ocean stakes his claim as a killer ladies man. But, all the girls will tell you that what REALLY turns their heads is that extensive wheel rim collection of his.