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14 thoughts on “So this is Christmas”
Thank you. I’m not sure if you celebrate Christmas, but have a wonderful day. Lucy
Merry Christmas, Sistah. You coming to the family feast? It is likely to be a diabolical one – imagine Vincent Price at one end of the table – and Peter Cushing at the other… Be sure to bring a food taster as well as a crucifix! Bwa ha ha ha (evil maniacal laughter as only a true Sister Grime can let loose).
Sorry, Sis, I can’t make it. Did you name that christmas movie? Should be easy for you who knows all. By the way, there really was a Sisters Grime. Two girls went missing in 1956 and found dead. They were called the “Sisters Grime”. I think we might need a new name. Or not. Merry, Merry Christmas. There’s a new blog in town you might be interested in:
I’m already stalking the stalking dog! 😀
Happy new year, sis!
Merry Christmas, Lucy.
Merry Christmas to you, Doobster. May your merry be Christmas and bright.
Merry Christmas, Lucy, to you and your two others. 🙂 I will give you “It’s a Wonderful Life” because my dear wife Karen and I watched it again last night. I never watched it until she convinced me. Now Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed own me on Christmas Eve, and I’m convinced Bedford Falls was based on Seneca Falls, just up the Thruway from Syracuse. Have a great holiday in Florida.
Thank you, Mark. Merry Christmas. Oh, you should watch “Christmas Story” (that’s the clue of the lamp) if you never have seen it.
Oh, I know well of the leg lamp, the tongue on the post, the broken glasses, the Red Ryder bb gun … we watched it again this morning, Lucy!
Great. Then your training is finished, grasshopper. Lucy
🙂 Darren McGavin gives you a gold star, Lucy. 🙂
a gold star is nice but I would like one of those lamps.