Well it's gettin' kinda chilly It's the sled-ridin' time of year Time to wish you (occasion) Filled with joyfulness and cheer (sender's name) wants you to know the good times are here This toboggan is a-rockin' Look out everyone below! Straight from (sender's location) Here's a wild, joyride "Hello!" Frosty fun on the run just a-tearin' through the winter snow This toboggan is a-rockin', through the snow! This toboggan is a-rockin', Go! Go! Go! Another year over; another begun (event from past year) It sure was fun! This toboggan is a-rockin', yeah, Hope you're doing awesome! Let's go! Have a Rockin' Day!
The Eight Candles of Chanukah The first candle glows with a wish for the best things in life, the second radiates the love that's in your heart. The third gleams with good luck and success in all you do, the fourth is a beam for friendships that stay with you forever. The fifth candle is a ray of closeness to family, and the sixth shines for good health. The seventh candle flickers for the joy of simple pleasures, and the eighth -- a tiny beacon of peace and happiness. TAG: As the menorah glows with light, may all your eight days of Chanukah be warm and bright with happiness.
This Hanukkah, may you celebrate all of life's gifts... ...especially the ones that can't be wrapped. Click each tower to discover special blessings to keep in mind on each of Hanukkah's eight wondrous nights! Click anywhere to begin. Light Laughter Lore Latkes Love Learning Liberty Lots of Fun! Happy Hanukkah!
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.
Who is that pattering on the rooftop eight days in December (excluding the Sabbath)? Who is it that braves the freezing temperatures (without so much as a sweater) to deliver presents under the menorah? Who is it that noshes on your milk and rugelach in the wee hours of the night? Is it Santa? Is it a burglar? NO! It's Zayde Claus! This is why we don't have holiday characters. Happy Hanukkah!