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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

*cough cough* Here it comes....

Ok, this bites.

I have two major parties this weekend, not to mention the annual family Christmas brunch and a work shift - AND I'M GETTING SICK.

Grrrrr......

I mean, it couldn't come in January? After the holidays? After all the parties and fun? Of course not. Because life just doesn't ever work out that perfect. LOL.

So we put our Christmas tree up yesterday. My nephew came over to help decorate it and it was so CUTE - but of course he had to shake and ring mom's heirloom glass bells - and let's just say that's the end of THOSE ornaments. It's her own fault really. Who in their right mind gives a three year old breakable objects that make noise? Only my mother folks. Only my mother. I'll post the pics after they're uploaded.

I'd really like to write some more, but my stomach just doesn't want to allow me to concentrate on what I'm typing. It's not doing so hot. With all the stress I put myself through, is anyone really surprised?

My choice for today's Xmas tune is a little ditty that is just like me - truly Canadian. To my American cohorts - I'd like to introduce you to two gentlemen by the names of Bob & Doug MacKenzie. And I give you the Canadian version of THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS.



ENJOY!!!

Stay sane inside insanity ~ and never forget your towel.

8 comments:

Dayle A. Dermatis said...

This is one of my favorite holiday songs! I sometimes forget the real words because these are so ingrained. (Much in the same way that "Dog Collar Man" has ruined me forever, musically.) ;-)

Meribah said...

Awwww, holiday illnesses suck! Get better real soon, hon!

Travis said...

No sickness allowed!

Bond said...

sorry you are feeling ill, but there is no need to introduce us to Bob & Doug...

do - do- do - do -dodododo

eh?

Bond said...

bummer the sound file is not working and I do love their version

angell said...

DAYLE: Yep, gotta love Bob & Doug (I've heard Dog Collar Man once, but will never let it take me over...NEVER)

MERI: Thanks hon - hopefully the cold f/x does its job.

TRAV: Yes SIR! Cold germs, you heard the man - VAMOOSE.

BOND: There's ALWAYS a need for Bob & Doug. I fixed the sound so it should work now honey.

Dana said...

Hm...

:gets out her Canadian to American translation dictionary:

Anndi said...

Hosers...

It's never Christmas without the golden toques, two-fours, French toast, back bacon and the Mackenzies!

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