Well, since we couldn’t play Cards Against Humanity earlier (owing to the fact that we had Answer cards but no Question cards, and we don’t know where the Question cards are), I’ll make do with something else that’s funny.
First of all, it snowed! When I woke up this morning and opened my curtains, I cheered because it was snowing.
Photo courtesy of Younger Brother:
It was only about two inches in total, but it’s going to be cold enough overnight that the snow will stick around for tomorrow. So we’ll have a white Christmas here in IA after all!
Younger Brother and Dad have been visiting from Georgia and Idaho, respectively. Dad unfortunately had to return to Idaho today, so we had a special Christmas Eve dinner early so he could join us before he left. I love my dad. It was great having him around.
Younger Brother leaves on Thursday, to head back to Georgia. It was also great having him around.
It was a really rough week last week. First with aunt Rose passing away from cancer, and then we had to put Jasper and Camille down. Yeah, it’s been rough. By the time it was quitting time at work for me on Friday afternoon, I was just done. I had nothing left. I literally had nothing left. I felt so low. I’ve had rough months before – namely September 2014 – but I’ve never had such a rough week before. At least with bad months, it’s a whole month. With a week, the grief was more compacted. It was really awful.
Did that make any sense? I hope it did.
Anyway, it’s Christmas Eve, and I thought I’d share a Funny with you, seeing as how I didn’t have a Friday Funny.
This is the “Ed, Edd, n Eddy” Christmas special, “Jingle Jingle Jangle.” There are many funny moments throughout this cartoon, but the best is seeing (and hearing) how Rolf celebrates Christmas. Makes me laugh every time.
Many thanks to Youtube user Cartoon Network Australia for the video!
And I also wanted to, once again, post my favorite Christmas song of all time. John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas (War Is Over).” I’ve posted before why it’s my favorite Christmas song of all time; go look it up.
If you can’t get the embedded MP3 to work, here’s a video version for you:
Have a great Christmas, all.