Friday, December 25, 2009

"You put ice cubes in and get a snocone out ..."

" ... Yum yum fun is what it's all about!"

I actually don't know if those are the exact words, but it's how I sing the "snoopy snocone machine" jingle. I just made 6 snocones. Mmmmmm.

The children had a wonderful christmas. Lots of presents. Lots of excitement. Lots of everything. "They" say Christmas isn't about getting, it's about giving - but in our case, it's about both. I loved giving presents to my kids and I'm glad they got a lot of getting.

Come to think of it - the people who say "christmas isn't about getting presents" piss me off. For everything you give, someone is getting so whatever. It's about getting. Without giving, there'd be no getting. So there.

I won't bore you with the breakdown of all the details. I'll just leave it as it was (and still is) a good day. Hope you all are having just as good of a day. And that you GOT a lot. ~wink~

8 comments:

Hollie said...

Glad you had a nice day with the kids. There is something magical about Christmas and kids.

Jenera said...

Oh my goodness! I had a Snoopy SnoCone machine. You just brought back a ton of memories for me right there!

Photogrl said...

Sounds like the snocone machine was a hit!

Merry Christmas!

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Lisa said...

Merry Christmas! I agree that Christmas is about giving and receiving and as long as the kids are appreciative of all that they receive, it's all good.

Sarah R said...

We had a nice Christmas as well! I kept Andrew's presents limited, simply because he doesn't play with toys, but he really loved his books and DVDs. My mom spoiled him (and us), as always.

Thanks for the Christmas card as well!

Kristin said...

I love your outlook on things! Merry Christmas

JamieD said...

A Snoopy snowcone machine was one of my first Christmas presents! I couldn't have been more than four but I distinctly remember thinking Santa was kind of a goof for locking it in my Mom's car with her car keys. Why didn't he just bring it in the house?