I’ve been pretty busy this holiday season.
I’ve managed to participate in four Secret Santa gift exchanges at work, a white elephant swap with family, one cookie swap, and baked over eight dozen cookies from scratch (I don’t have a mixer so my right arm has bulked up a bit, yea!). Since the holiday festivities have taken precedence, my pattern drafting has been thrown to the wayside at the moment. In lieu of a pattern or a crochet related post, I present to you–my version of some popular Christmas jingles:
Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree,
how much you shed on thee
when I haul you out at the end of the season.
Oh, Holy night,
the neighbor’s lights are shiny too bright-ly.
Deck the halls with boughs of holl-y,
Fa la la la la
la la la
Silent night, holy night,
All is calm, all is bright
except for the last minute shoppers.
Dashing through the snow that doesn’t exist in Phoenix,
on a one-horse open sleigh.
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart,
but the very next day, you
sold it on the black (organ) market.
These jingles are fitting for a handmade card–for next year, of course. 😉