Christmas Parodies & Other Calamities

You know, sometimes we just need to laugh. Why? For laughter's sake. After all, the wisest man on earth said, "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." So hopefully I can induce some laughter to start off the second to last week before Christmas! 😊 At least laugh at the fact that I have such a weird sense of humor...

Saturday night, I went to my church's annual Adult Christmas Party. Amongst other laughter-inducing things that I will *unfortunately* not have time to address (if you were there, you know...), our College & Career group got up and sang some Christmas parodies. I think this was my favorite:

Go tell it on the mountain,
Over the hills and everywhere!
God, tell it on the mountain,
My mom's afraid I'm going to die alone.

I went searching for some other Christmas parodies, and this one really got me. It even connects back to last week's blog post! My some of you parents can relate.

On the 12th day of Christmas, I gave a gift to me
12 minutes free, $11 saved
10 positive thoughts, 9 chores completed
8 friends assisting, 7 hours sleeping
6 forum comrades
5, "Thanks, but no thanks!"
4 helpful kids, 3 best friends
2 great big hugs
And an evening out just for me!

But, I'd definitely switch 10 and 7. Just sayin'.

I should have added this to list from last week. That's one way to relive some Christmas stress. Hah.

Then there are these people...

To each his own, as the saying goes. And then we all have those gifts that we get nearly every year... Thanks Mom and Dad, for making sure my feet stay warm. 😊

Last but certainly not least - I found a great rewrite of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas." It's rather lengthy, so I won't post it in its entirety. But just to wet your curiosity:

'Twas the night before Christmas and Santa's a wreck
How to live in a world that's politically correct?
His workers would no longer answer to "Elves"
"Vertically Challenged" they were calling themselves...
CLICK HERE to read the rest. You don't want to miss it. 😊
That's all I've got for now, folks. May your days be merry and bright, and may stress give you no hair of white.

Au revoir,

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