Merry Christmas Campers!
And yes, this issue is late, but like they say, better late than never. It’s been a long difficult week for me. I finally have a couple of days off, but with the world being the way it is, I expect to be called back to work at any time. Yeah, Merry Christmas.
Anyway, I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, a wonderful holiday season and…well, let me put it in the words of my buddy Wheats in a text message that he sent me last night that I, of course, didn’t get until this morning since I was dead asleep pretty much as soon as I got home yesterday.
Anyway, buddy Wheats said, “I hope you and all the dragonettes have a great Christmas filled with the love and joy that come from the realization that Christ was born and is with us still. The miracle is alive and every year I think a lot about how His birth and existence changed everything. It’s very humbling and worth every second of thought. Merry Christmas!” Thank you brother, you are the best!
Now, let’s get some laughs in here and then all go and enjoy the long weekend holiday.
Please take a moment out of your busy holiday to pause and say a prayer for all of the men and women who won’t be home for the holidays this year because they are out protecting your freedom, your lives, and your way of life. They do not get near enough thanks for their service and dedication. Most people, at best, couldn’t give a damn and, at worst, despise them for what they think they do. They raised their hands and swore to defend not only their family, friends, and loved ones, but yours as well. And they more than deserve a minute of your time.
My southern buddy sent me this picture of what the real nativity was like…three Wise men that came from a far.
Okay, that is just WAY TOO CREEPY!
And with that my dear friends, I wish you all a wonderful holiday. May your days be filled with Merry and Bright.