Is it hot in here? ...or is it just me? I provide beauty, warmth and light for the whole family. When these 8 candles are all lighted, Though it's clear everyone's excited, In my glow they will bask, but I just have to ask: Is it hot in here, or is it just me? Is it warm in here? I have to say I spend most of the year packed up away, Though the food is frying in the kitchen, I'm the one who's really schvitzin' With 9 sticks of fire, I just have to inquire: Is it hot in here, or is it just me? Warmest wishes for a Happy Hanukkah.
Deck the tree with balls so flashy. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la la la. Homemade ornaments just look trashy. We bring joy and memory sharing. We were made with love and caring You were made with paste and pine tar -- We're not even sure what you are! You're just copies, we are handmade. We have charms that never will fade. Even though you came before us... Let's all be one happy chorus! We're with you and glad to be here! Fa la la, la la la, la la la Merry Christmas, Happy New Year!
KETCHUP: Ahhh...now this is the life. MUSTARD: You said it, Ketchup...Nothin' like a picnic on the Fourth of July! KETCHUP: Yep, it's my day to shine! MUSTARD: Wait...Your day? You mean my day... KETCHUP: Get outta here. Everybody knows today's a day to celebrate all things American--Baseball, apple pie, and most importantly HOTDOGS! And what's better on a hot dog than me? Good ol' Ketchup! Woo-Hoo! I rock! MUSTARD: Have you lost your mind? I go perfect on a hot dog,not you! I mean, don't get me wrong, you're good on say, french fries--- KETCHUP: FRENCH fries?!? Did you just call me French?!? MUSTARD: Lighten up, K. All I'm saying is, I'm better on hot dogs, not you... KETCHUP: Noooo...I'm better. MUSTARD: I'm better. KETCHUP: No me. MUSTARD: Me! KETCHUP: ME! MUSTARD: ME!! KETCHUP & MUSTARD: MEEEEEE!! MUSTARD: Look, let's just say we're both good on hotdogs. After all, America's the great melting pot, right? The land of the free! Home of the brave! The beacon of light for generations of peoples to come together as one... KETCHUP: Plus we're not mayonnaise. KETCHUP and MUSTARD: Bwa-ha-ha-ha-haa! Mayonnaise! What a joke! Nobody likes you! The worst! Etc. Hope your 4th of July can't be topped!
In the silver hush of a starry winter's night In the song of the wind through the trees In the gentle grace of snowflakes as they fall is the whispered promise of peace. Wishing you the true, deep blessings of the season.
" we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain that the nation shall have a new birth of freedom and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth." Thinking of You this Memorial Day
The story of St. Patricks Day begins in Ireland On hillsides with the green, green grass Beneath the Irish sun. St. Patty put this grass of green in baskets he did weave, and filled them up with chocolate eggs For children to receive. uhm, actually, I think youve got it wrong, therelisten to thisahem. St. Pattys Day commemorates a date from long ago: The Pilgrims and the natives dined, on food that they did grow, along with fish and turkeys too, they ate their peas and corn, They later added football, and a holiday was born. NO...no...no ya eejit! Thats not it St. Padddys day is when the kids go around with their scary masks and Achhh! You doont have the sense you were born with, Lad, its when Santa comes down the chimn That shows what you know... Make no mistake about it Im wishing you a Happy St. Patricks Day! and then if the turkey sees his shadow... For some No Blarney Facts About St. Patricks Day, click any of the Shamrocks! sharmrock #1 St. Patricks Day is the annual feast of St. Patrick (circa AD 385-461), a patron saint of Ireland. According to legend, St. Patrick used the green three-leaf clover (the shamrock) to explain the holy trinity to the Christians of Ireland. This is how the wearing of the green became a tradition. sharmrock #2 Although an Irish holiday, the largest St. Patricks Day parade in the world is in New York City, where 150,000 marchers participate. sharmrock #3 The Chicago River is dyed green each year for St. Patricks Day. sharmrock #4 In Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and the US, St. Patricks Day is not an official holiday, but is widely celebrated.
Click on the stamp to open your card. Click on the leaf. A cold wind Winter must be coming. Let's find someplace warm for our little friend. Click on the house. It smells like Thanksgiving dinner. Click on the window to have a look. Click on the door. Happy Thanksgiving Hope yours is warm and wonderful!
A Prayer for Our Nation God bless America and keep us safe and free - Safe from all our enemies, wherever they may be Teach us to walk humbly and closer in Thy ways, Give us faith and courage and put purpose in our days Make each one of us aware that each must do his part, For in the individual is where peace must have its start... For a better world to live in where all are safe and free Must start with faith and hope and love deep in the heart of me. Praying for peace in your heart that will touch the hearts of others and inspire all with faith and courage. Thinking of You in this Memorial Day
March seventeenth is what we call St. Patricks Day Shoemaking leprechauns hoard all their gold away Clovers with four leafs can make a Good Luck bouquet As we sing out the St. Patricks Chin Song. When Irish chins sing, its a song you can dance to, lad Whisky and lager can cheer you up if youre sad Pipes may be calling, but Murphys heads feeling bad Corned beef and cabbage is coming on strong. Red-headed lasses will ask you so freely, Is that your shillelagh or you glad to see me? A rainbow and pot of gold wait round the bend And if youre not Irish, well, you can pretend. Pubs barely open but Flanagans bleary-eyed Shamrocks and Blarney Stones got Kelly teary-eyed Father OMalleys on his second beer and rye As we sing loud the St. Patricks Chin Song. O lets lift a glass up to Cork and Kilkenny Wed name all the counties, but there are too many Our Irish Pride comes out of each nook and cranny When we sing out the St. Patricks Chin Song. Red-headed lasses will ask you so freely, Is that your shillelagh or you glad to see me? A rainbow and pot of gold wait round the bend If you like this stanza, well sing it again. Red-headed lasses will ask you so freely, Is that your shillelagh or you glad to see me? A rainbow and pot of gold wait round the bend And St. Patricks Day Chin Song has come to an end!
You're nowhere close to PASTURE prime, Yes, one CUD say yer youthful. And I'm not giving you some BULL, I'm UDDERLY quite truthful! So when I HERD yer birthday's near, I didn't need per-SUADE-ing To write a little MOOO-zic For this day yer celebrating: Happy Birthday to MOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Christmas is celebrating family and the love we share, spending special moments together... ...and most of all, letting those who mean the most know how loved they are. Wishing you a Christmas filled with happiness!
Your word is ancient. Ancient. What's the definition? Older than dirt, elderly, advanced in years. Can you use it in a sentence? The person viewing this card is ancient. Oh, I know that one. A-N-C-I-E-N-T, ancient. That's correct! Let me spell it out for you...happy birthday!