KAS-KRISTMAS IS HERE!
You are invited to our “Christmas Party” right here on the Forum.
It’s a time to gather, share thoughts with our KASfriends, and have some fun.
We hope some of you who like rhyming might pen a poem (or feel free to add one you have read and loved).
Share your favourite Christmas joke or cartoon,
your favourite family tradition,
a photo of your Christmas tree or your pet in holiday garb,
your Christmas wish,
your secret for surviving this very busy season,
… anything that tickles your fancy, to get us all in the holiday mood.
put on your thinking cap (Christmassy of course!)
and join in our celebration of KAS, one another, and this joyous season.
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Hurrah for the boomers!!!! What a great song :)) Thank you for sharing it with us, Wendy ... xo
About 9yrs ago, I visited New Zealand, flying out on Christma Day. I was so surprised to see pictures of Santa in bermuda shorts! Until then I had assumed that Santa was dressed the same the world over; can anyone enlighten us on Santa's attire in other countries and if other animals pull / fly his sleigh?
I agree, Chris, that it would be nice ... and enlightening ... to hear about Santa's wardrobe. I'm sure he has to change clothes more than once on his trip around the globe. I wonder if he has a dressing room on his sleigh :)))) ... xo
This little verse came in an e.mail from a yarn company today, so I thought I would share it here:
"Oh the weather outside is frightful
but this yarn is so delightful
and since we've no place to go
another row, another row, another row!"
I have found myself singing it to the familiar tune several times today!
LOL! Love it Christine, so appropriate!
This is going to stick in my head! SMILE !! I love it.
Last evening, my daughter and I and her two daughters hopped in the car and drove through the "Festival of Lights" in the large park in the centre of our town. Every year it gets bigger and better. It is just like a Christmas fairyland. Merchants, service clubs, churches etc. put up lighted displays. The whole thing is run by the Optimist club as a fundraiser and they do ask for a small donation.
Anne, this looks so beautiful! Don and I spend a few evenings each Christmas just driving around and looking at all the lights on people's houses. We used to take the children, but now it's just us. No matter, we still love to do it.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this fabulous discussion ... sharing thoughts, ideas, and good wishes with my KASsisters. Thank you, Anne, for hosting this lovely, festive party :))
As Chris says, it has been enjoyed by a good many KASers. Even those who couldn't stop to comment have been taking a peek now and then. There is definitely something for everyone here. A huge thank you to all of you who joined in ... whether to comment or just browse through the pages.
A Very Merry Christmas to you all ... xo
Such pretty lights, thanks for sharing them with us :))