Friday, December 26, 2014

Oh Ho, Christmas is over

Sometimes the hype up to a special day causes a let down the day after. Not necessarily for children, if they got their special toy because they are busy enjoying the gift.  But it is for Adults at times. Time to get back to work,  I sometimes forget that I actually worked. (Even now approaching 76 year BD my mind says I could still work, but I wonder, could I?)


(I found an arm going to sleep!)

There are things in life that cause one to have a problem sleeping, anticipating Santa’s visit on Christmas eve is one of them for children. But as an adult I sleep pretty well, I sleep on my back. I try to sleep on my side but it puts my arm to sleep. (Okay, now where did that term come from, because the arm definitely ain’t asleep, it feels prickly, like little pins and needles. Why the heck would I say the arm is asleep?)


There is a nightstand beside my bed, the other night I hit my funny bone when I rolled over. Again I ask, “Where did the term Funny Bone come from, it ain’t a bit funny!”


So …… I found funny bones.



Are those terms in your vocabulary? (i.e. some body extremity going to sleep or funny bone?)

The terms just  might be local to the piedmont of NC or mama brought them from Georgia.


Sorry to be jumping all over the place, but it is Christmas time.Smile

I hope you  got that special gift for Christmas, or even better I hope you are well.  WE ARE BLESSED here in the motorhome, near the Home of Mickey and Minnie.

Nite Shipslog


It is only a short 10 months before you will start seeing Christmas advertisements again.Winking smile



I believe this is the last of the 3-D paintings, I have sure enjoyed them and the response has been great.


Mary, Joseph and their baby reach the time to leave the nativity.


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Our big family Christmas is tomorrow so for us it isn't over yet. Glad you have your boys there to spend some family time with. Merry Christmas !

Elizabeth said...

We are still celebrating ! Merry Christmas !

Chatty Crone said...

Hope you are still celebrating! And I always wondered where the term funny bone came from too - it is not funny at all!

betty said...

I haven't hit my funny bone in a long time, now watch me do it this weekend, LOL :)

So true the advertisements for next Christmas will be here before we know it :)

I did work today, but will be off for the next 2 weeks for the move, so it wasn't too bad :)



You are right funny bones aren't funny. As for working at 76, you could if you had to. My hubby is when he can find the work. He'll be 76 in september, is an engineer and enjoys being an consultant.