I am giving away 2 lots of Memory Box Dies ,as a big Thank you for supporting and following me on my Blog .
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Next Year i Have planned some good Blog Hops and give away;s ,and a working on something very hush hush which will be made public end of Feb ,but you guys will be seeing it First ,and i'm sure you will love it !
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So All you have to do to win some Memory Box Dies is tell me your funniest Christmas story on.............
The run up to Christmas ,Past or Present ,
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The Give away will Finish Saturday 22nd Dec at 6 o'clock p.m
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OK Here goes, I didn't think it was funny at the time but of course I do now. After a disasterous year which saw the break up of my marriage I hsd finally met someone else, we had been together for about 3 months and he was spending Christmas with me and my 2 sons aged 3 & 4 at the time, anyway I wanted to give a good impression so I prepared the dining room table with all the trimmings, lovely carols being sung in the background, had a really nice red dress on - I took extra special care with the turkey, the baked potatoes looked gorgeous. My mouth was watering just thinking about it. I dished up all the food onto the 4 plates and gave them theirs, they were urging me to hurry up so that they could pull the crackers, I went into the dining room and sat down, we pulled the crackers and just as I picked up my knife and fork to tuck into my dinner.......yes you've guessed it the dinning room table (gate leg type) gave way on my side and all my beautiful dinner fell into my lap. They all rolled up laughing, what could I do but join in. I ended up having egg and chips for my Christmas dinner. He must have seen the funny side of it because we have been married now for over 38 years. Even if I don't win I hope you have enjoyed my little story. June xxReplyDelete
hi Martine, not joining in of course!!! but tell june that is brilliant.. fancy them not sharing there dinners..lol pamReplyDelete
One of most comical Christmases was the year our 3 year old pulled the Christmas Tree down on himself. I was so worried that he had hurt himself. We heard the tree fall from the other room. Running into the room of the commotion, there stood our son in the middle of the fallen Christmas tree, looking as surprised and confused as possible with one finger in his mouth as he gazed around. He couldn't move. I don't know how he wasn't hurt. So it became very comical once we all ascertained he was not hurt. The tree was 8 feet tall, and quite full, completely decorated. Reaching over, I lifted him out of the tree and asked what happened. He wanted a candy cane. Unbelievable. We lifted the tree back up into the stand. Except for some fallen pine needles, not a single ornament was broken or damaged. AND the ornaments mostly stayed where they were supposed to be on the branches.ReplyDelete
June's story above shows that a good sense of humor is always an asset. Too funny! But what a mess!
Christmas Hugs to you, Martine.
Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit myReplyDelete
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