Haha I love the farm equipment one. And go Julius for trying to fix things. I loved reading Julius Caesar in high school. I can get on board with the family and friends resolution as well.
good heavens. I'm incredibly more knowledgeable about new years now. you rock my girl.
(Here's something :( the post-it's won't load for me today. :( I'm going to be back to read them though. I'm a loyal reader.)
I don't think I knew have of that stuff. So cool. Nacho and cheese, it's been ages since I've had that, yum.Take care little one and have a blessed day.
I'm going to go around and spout this stuff off to everyone I know. I'll be so popular now! Thanks!
Woahh!!! This was cool! I am impressed by Julius- how did he decide he needed the previous year to go on for 445 days though? I'm intrigued! Everyone was messing up the calender, so who knew how wrong it was? You've got to figure this out and tell me.Farm equipment made me giggle so loud!! I love love loved that part!About the song that made you sound un-American: I just learned something new.Here's something unrelated I feel like telling you now- Someday, I'm going to learn Spanish.p.s. I like this happy post! I'm curious about your many projects.
I need to get me a baby in a basket, to celebrate my favorite god. Thanks for all the info. I am a learned soul now.
Farm equipment *snort*! Do you suppose Dick Clark was around in Babylon doing the countdown?
The feast of Christ's Circumcision? I will never understand what there is to celebrate about lopping off a perfectly healthy part of someone's body. But that's just me. Baby Jesus probably felt the same way about Day 9.
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