Saturday, December 11, 2004

Something Out of Nothing

As part of my solemn vow to the Holidailies 2004 project, I find myself posting on a weekend for the first time in a long, long time. What is there to say? It's Christmas time? I think that's been adequately covered. I'm behind in my shopping? So what. My dishes need washing? Yawn.

I can't decide today if I should go for humor, profound thinking, or Hallmark holiday sentiments. I'd ask TinyTuna for her input, but I've banished her to the land of book reports. Yes, on a Saturday. I'm the mean, mean mother. In my defense, however, I let her play outside for awhile, and somehow she managed to build a snowman out of the .000025 inches that fell this morning.

So, if she can make something out of a whole lot of nothing, I suppose I had better buck it up and do the same. When in doubt, go for that perennial favorite: Holiday Haiku. Enjoy.

Holidailies Gig

Thirty some-odd days of posts

Scraping barrel now.

Five entries posted,

One "best of" post awarded,

This one just plain sucks.

My Christmas Cleaning?

Stuff the junk in my bedroom.

Close the door and sob.

Christmas Miracle.

Hark, The Herald Angels Sing:

My Socks Match Today.

Quick, before I post

Cut and paste to check word count.

Two Hundred Plus. Phew.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yay! Congrats on your award. I think *all* of your entries are wonderful!