Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Hey... Did you know...

... That Christmas eve is four weeks tomorrow? Or that Christmas day is one month today?

Thought you might, but figured I'd tell anyone who happens to have been on some other planet for some time, and has only just arrived on Earth, and happened to stumble across my blog while looking for hotels with rooms available at short notice, and that take intergalactic credit cards.

Well, it could happen... You never know! ;)

Enjoy your day... And stay safe!



Deanna said...

lmao Tori. My stress level just went up ten points with that reminder! Maybe I'll just go to Mars for Christmas and return after the new years... It's a thought...

Intense Guy said...


You are so silly.

But ... I really got to get going with the Christmas thing - I've not even made a list yet.

Celticspirit said...

Yayyyyy. Welcome to the season of green and materialism. ;)

AliceKay said...

My daughter's birthday is December 16th, so she does both countdowns for me...her birthday and Christmas. LOL

Hope your day was a good one!

LadyStyx said...

Got the niece and nephews taken care of. Just gotta grab gift cards for my folks. Oh, I hear some of y'all fussin that it takes no thought to do that. Thing is, it's my way of taking my folks out to a really nice supper. Ya someplace that don't normally get to go because money's tight.

Tori_z said...

Sorry about that. But glad I gave you a chuckle. :)

Funny... A lot of people say that about me. *Shrugs* I've been called worse! ;)

While that's true of most people, it's not true of everyone. I could name people who think that way, yes. But I could just as easily name people who don't think like that at all. Some people still know how to keep Christmas spirit alive without greed!

Tori_z said...

My Mam's birthday is December 19th.

And... My day wasn't too bad. Hope yours was a good one!

I've done almost everyone. Need to grab a couple of bits, but the bulk of it's done. Just got to wrap it all.

And, there's nothing wrong with gift vouchers as long as you make sure they're for places the people would enjoy spending them. I've ggotten gift vouchers for a couple of people. At the end of the day, it's better to go get a gift voucher for a resteraunt they enjoy, or a shop they spend a lot of time in, than to get something they'll never use and may not have even wanted. And it does take thought... There are plenty of places you could get vouchers from, so you have to decide which places would be best for the people in question. That's my opinion on the matter anyway.