Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas!

I wanted to take time this Christmas Eve to wish all of you, Most Dearest Reader Friends, a happy, safe and Merry Christmas.  

As you’re out dashing through the snow to grandma’s house, please be careful.  You don’t want this to be you: 



Not driving?  Riding your horse through the sagebrush instead?  You be careful too:


Note: I have it on good authority that the World Order of Squirrels (WOS) bribed the artist to put in a jackrabbit instead of the squirrel that actually caused this accident.  That’s right, the rabbit was framed!


Also, remember that you don’t have to go out looking for Santa:



If you’ve been good, he’ll show up bearing gifts:

(Unless, of course, he’s been kidnapped by the WOS and then we’re all screwed).


Speaking of gifts, if you receive one of these, you were NOT good:

Image via Abbots Hollow Studios

Seriously, this wallet will eat your face while you’re asleep.  Or, it will open a portal to hell, as happened in the classic 1987 film, The Gate.  Either way, if you receive one of these you should be afraid.  Be very afraid.


Speaking of eating, if you’re planning on having lobster for Christmas dinner, keep an eye on it so that it’s not liberated by a mouse:


Little known fact, in 1872, the mice and lobsters of the world met in Bar Harbor, Maine and signed The Great Rodent-Crustacean Pact, wherein the mice agreed to rescue any lobsters on land and the lobsters agreed to rescue any mice at sea.  That’s why lobster is so expensive; restaurants have to pay for extra guards.  And that's also why you never hear the phrase “drowned mouse,” only “drowned rat,” because the lobsters don’t let the mice drown. True story.


But, that’s enough history for today; it’s Christmas! 


I hope it’s lovely and filled with pink angels and baby animals (yes, even squirrels) for all of you!

Gracey

18 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Gracey :) I can always count on you for a good laugh ;)

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  2. Merry Christmas, Gracey, love your post!! xoxoxoxo

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  3. Merry Christmas to you too! :D

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  4. Did you write that before or after making brandy butter? And was there any brandy left for the butter? What a fun story about the mice and lobsters. So crazy it has to be true!

    May the pink angel watch over you all year and keep the squirrels at bay! Happy Holidays!

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  5. What cute images. Merry Christmas to you, too, pal.

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  6. What a great post!!! Merry christmas Gracey!!! I am so blessed to know you and thank you tons for that jacket, you floored me. I am going to post it, don't worry. It is too good not to. dawn suitcase vignettes xo

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  7. Such cute pics!
    I hope you had a fabulous Christmas!!
    Brett

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  8. Loved the history lesson .. too cute. I hope your Christmas was wonderful Gracey and that you were a good girl and that Santa showed up at your house bearing beautiful gifts.

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  9. Merry Christmas to you too, Sweetie!! I hope you're still in your pajamas this morning relaxing, or doing whatever else makes you happy!! XXOO

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  10. ha ha ha I love your historic events. I had no idea! I must have skipped those classes. History was not in my realm of interest. Of course, if you had been my teacher it might have been a whoooole other story. Literally. :)

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  11. Awesomest Christmas post ever - I just about fell off my chair when it kept going and going! I can't imagine reaching into my purse and poking my wallet in the EYE. *shivers*

    Hope your holiday is super-merry extraordinary, killer squirrels and all!

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  12. What a hilarious post, especially about that creepy bag! So Gracey my dear, Adrienne and I are doing our next 'How I Wear My' post about black and white. Are you in? Send me a picture, the post is going up Jan. 3! I hope you have a great New Year's Eve! XO, Jill

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