A Southern Christmas

Hey, not all of us can make snowmen. We have to console ourselves with homemade “look-a-likes,” especially in Florida. Then again, we had fun making this guy last year.

Our Christmas tree this year is much bigger. It’s more dignified, but I thought you’d enjoy this one even more.

Holiday Blog Break

I will not be around during the holidays. I have company coming in.

I’ll be back in the new year as long we don’t go spinning off into space or get hit by some gigantic asteroid due to the Mayan predictions.

Personally, I prefer this cartoon take on the Mayan Apocalypse by Dan Piraro of Bizarro Blog. It fits my funny bone just perfectly.

See ya’ll in 2013:~)

12 comments to A Southern Christmas

  1. Lynn says:

    Hey – I like that tree from last year. Merry Christmas, Sara and happy new year! I refuse to think any Mayan prediction could come true. :)
    Lynn´s last blog post ..Saturday farmers’ market, jaunty and surrounded by children

  2. Ken Winker says:

    Sara: Sending you and your family and loved ones good wishes for the holidays. And, that the new year is a great one for you and all of us.

  3. suzen says:

    Hi Sara,
    Have a lovely time over the holidays! Your tree is sweet. I decorate my mantle and that’s it – pared down over the years and now holidays are especially simplified.
    Hugs
    SuZen
    suzen´s last blog post ..Anti-aging for 2013

  4. jean sampson says:

    Well, that cat of ours won’t let us decorate anything, so I am delighted to see that adorable tree of yours! Have a wonderful time with friends and family and we will see you in the New Year, when we will all have been transformed!

  5. Carrie says:

    Haha! This is pretty cute! We haven’t had any snow here in KY either. I ? the NO snow deal! Especially because it usually turns into black ice and everything becomes a complete mess!!!

    Have fun :)
    Carrie´s last blog post ..You Can Do It!

  6. Kelvin Kao says:

    Haha, this is fun, and I can see it one of two ways.

    If the sunglasses are where the eyes are, then it’s a short “snowman” with a scarf covering up his nose and mouth. And then he has this huge hat or hair that’s green.

    Or if the two green balls the lined up horizontally are the eyes, then it has a green face, head, and hair. Also a big frown. The sunglasses then look like a bow tie.

    Either way it’s an interesting looking creature.
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  7. Carrie says:

    Every happiest wish for Christmas and the New Year. I look forward to contining reading your blog in 2013 and hope to find you (post Mayan apocalypse) in good spirits.
    Hugs C xxx
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  8. Chris Edgar says:

    It reminds me a bit of a Christmas Ghost — perhaps the Ghost of Christmas Past. Or I suppose it’s more likely to be the Ghost of Christmas Future, because the future’s so bright, it’s gotta wear shades. Happy holidays!

  9. YOU are awesome.

    I love YOU!!

    YOU have a great time with your family.

    see YOU later.

    Love your snowman.

    xooxo

  10. Happy Holidays to you!!
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  11. Pea says:

    All the best for the New Year lovely lady.
    Pea´s last blog post ..A Christmas Story

  12. Linda says:

    Great cartoon! As expected, we were all around to enjoy yet another Christmas. Hope yours was just grand!
    Linda´s last blog post ..Ringing in 2013

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