Monthly Archives: December 2012

Imagine all the people living life in peace

Resolutions, promises, goals, many people set such things at the start of a new year. I normally do not make new year resolutions; I do however have some goals for my blog in 2013. Two goals I have set are

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Golden Toilet Award-2012

JulesPaige had a great idea from a comment she made on my post “I will miss you, NOT!” She suggested of creating an award show called “The Johnny” for all of the stuff we would like to “flush”.  I have

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Weekly Photo Challenge-My 2012 in Pictures

My 2012 included the following: Universal Studios Hollywood A little golfing, alright the word golf may be a stretch, how about hitting the ball and searching the woods for it. Missing the NHL, come on get a deal done. Jungle

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I will miss you, NOT!

A few things I won’t miss from 2012 Political ads. Living in a “battle ground” state I got so tired of the ads I was seriously thinking about giving up tv and radio or moving to a remote village. Tim

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Preparing for 2013

The presents have all been opened, the wrapping paper in the trash The days have been a whirlwind of activity now I just want to crash. The hype and build up for the day is over, Christmas has come and

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A classic, but still relevant today

Yes it is a simple explanation but it still holds true today as when the show first aired. Merry Christmas everyone.

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Politically correct Christmas Poem

From A politically correct Christmas Poem Twas the night before Christmas and Santa’s a wreck… How to live in a world that’s politically correct? His workers no longer would answer to “Elves”, “Vertically Challenged” they were calling themselves. And

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Travel Theme-Festive

Where’s my backpack’s theme this week is Festive Spent a day in Denver and one of the stops was the Denver Christkindl Market.  This holiday German market has been running in Denver for the last 12 years. Many families spend part

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Sunday Post-Christmas

Jake’s theme this week is Christmas Here are some scenes from around Denver Colorado taken today. Nutcracker standing guard protecting his Christmas tree. Christmas tree rising from a package. Christmas would not be complete with out Santa and his sleigh.

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Did I miss anything today?

Well, as of 8:00 pm Mountain Standard Time, the world did not end. I’m sure there are many people who are disappointed. Why do we get caught up in all of these “predictions” of doomsdays? Predictions of the world’s end

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December 2012