Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Happy Holiday, Whatever You Celebrate

The hypocritical Buddhists are eagerly awaiting Santa Claus. In the interim, Merrick proudly presented his mother and father with their school-made Christmas gifts.

The young lad sewed the Matron a beautiful flowing heart, adorned with lace, on a hard red paper.

For his father, he sewed a rat.

Happy Hanukkah, Solstice, Christmas and Upcoming New Year!

15 comments:

smalltownmom said...

I would dearly love to see that rat!

Greetings from all of us here in Smalltown.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Perhaps the Chinese in him considers the rat to be good luck.

The Finely Tuned Woman said...

Happy holidays to you and all that is good and bright for the new year. You have to be Scrooge not to have a little bit of joy rub off on you during this time of the year. Even I can feel it. Here's to all the twinkly lights and to health and wellbeing.

thefirecat said...

Well, it is still the year of the rat, isn't it? Barely?

(PS, verification "uhjob". What?? I have three already!)

Lori Anderson Designs said...

A Christmas Rat! What a cool story that would be.

Pearl said...

Funny!
And a Happy Holidays to you!
Pearl

stephanie (bad mom) said...

I so want to see these gifts. The handmade stuff is always fantastic.

Merry all :)

phd in yogurtry said...

and the rat stole the cheese! hilarious! merry christmas to you and your family.

laurie said...

merry christmas!

Becky said...

Merry Christmas, guys. Enjoy it!

Daisy said...

Will it be the year of the rat? In many cultures, the rat is intelligent and represents strength and good luck.
At least, I hope that's what he intended when he made this gift. :)

Jason, as himself said...

A rat? You must follow up.

Yolanda said...

O i would love to see pictures.

justhay said...

Lol, a rat.

Happy holidays Matron.

I'm sure Stryker will point you in the direction of the Simpsons episode where Richard Gere explains to Lisa that it's okay for Buddhist's to celebrate Christmas ;)

Fairlie said...

Holiday greetings to you, Matron!

We celebrate whatever is going that involves food and drink...