Hello, Kittens & dawgs! I’m running behind. This week is the last for DH and I to spend together since he’ll start a new job on Monday. After nearly 18-months of being out of work, he’s more than ready to get back into the workforce. Let’s kick the weekend off with some Kitty Christmas Carols!
This was a popular one with our kitty.
I never felt compelled to dress our kitty but I’m sure if I did it would be my last Christmas alive.
Children aren’t the only ones to get the song wrong and that’s what makes it so enjoyable. It goes without reason, kittens do the same.
Did you crack a smile? Can you come up with some clever Kitty Christmas carols?
Yesterday I mentioned DH and I spent the day in the mountains on Wednesday. Today’s SWF photo contribution is from our little adventure. This is The Wheel at The Island in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and since its 2013 opening, this shopping attraction has grown. The Christmas light display is absolutely phenomenal!
Let’s continue the fun with Friendly Fill-Ins with Annie and Ellen. Every Thursday four fun and easy blank statements are posted for us to borrow, complete, and share on our site. The point is to simply have fun linking, reading, and meeting others who enjoy this sort of thing.
Here’s my response to this week’s fill-ins:
- I love the following Christmas film(s) National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is the perfect laugh-out-loud holiday movie but for a more somber spirit, I think “It’s A Wonderful Life” is an excellent choice. Everyone can relate to George Bailey’s hardships but the magic with this movie is everyone has a purpose whether he/she knows it and life without that person would make someone’s life less complete.
- I don’t care for the following Christmas film(s) A Nightmare Before Christmas. I know this is a popular movies, too. I’ve not watched it because it doesn’t mesh with my more traditional approach to the holidays.
- At the holidays, I cannot resist making and eating homemade goodies that I make in my kitchen.
- A favourite holiday memory of mine is a collection of Christmases past when the children were small spent with my in-laws. Those Christmases were all fond, warm moments that will forever live in my mind.
I’m joining Lexa in Celebrate The Small Things. Here’s my list of celebrations!
I’m celebrating… time spent in the western North Carolina mountain communities on Wednesday soaking up the Christmas cheer. The day time highs was in the upper 50s with mostly sunny skies and little to no wind making it a perfect day. Today, I’ll be celebrating a cup of hot coco topped with marshmellows to chase away the chill. 😉
What are you celebrating?
See what others are celebrating this week below and if you want to join the linky, then visit Lexa!
That’s a wrap for now, but if you like music then I invite you to come back for Saturday Songsuasion. Until next time, have a fototastic weekend!