I woke up to sequins scattered across the floor. While this is a far cry better than waking up to cat poop or puke, the green of these little gems does not put me in a festive mood. I sincerely hope this is not an indication of the coming day. And if it is, it better mean that shiny things will be scattered across the hours, decorating my day.
When I arrived at work yesterday I sat down at my desk and kept feeling something rubbing against my right calf. I would shake my leg a little as I sat there but didn’t think too much of it. A few minutes later a co-worker came into my office and as I rolled my desk chair back I discovered a sock. That tickle I had felt on my leg was none other than a sock stuck up my jeans. Oh dear, I’ve become someone who can’t dress herself properly. Of course, I blurted out my mistake out loud to the amusement of those stationed around me. My embarrassment is other people’s entertainment. So be it.
Speaking of embarrassment and entertainment. . . I’m wondering if you can give me your two cents. I know you guys love to chime in! I’m going to participate in Neilochka’s Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert on Monday but I can’t decide what song to sing. Aimee from Greeblemonkey has proposed that we sing a duet of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” which I think is a fun and brilliant idea. But if I was to sing solo or sing a song in addition to the duet, I can’t decide what to sing. That’s where you come in. Here are the top choices:
- Let it Snow!
- Winter Wonderland
- Santa Baby
- Baby It’s Cold Outside (if I can persuade the Fella to sing along with me for the boy parts)
CAST YOUR VOTE NOW!
(Please no write ins. It was hard enough to narrow it down to four.)
“You will get a sentimental/Feeling when you hear/Voices singing let’s be jolly,/Deck the halls with boughs of holly./Rocking around the Christmas tree,/Have a happy holiday/Everyone dancing merrily/In the new old-fashioned way.” -Rocking Around The Christmas Tree, Brenda Lee