"Party's Over.Now what?"

Okay I have a huge Q for all of you!
There are alot of people out there who put time, $, and energy towards thier Christmas cards.
I have saved everyone's cards to us/me for years. I feel so GUILTY throwing them out...the picture ones are gorgeous!
So really-now what?
What do I do with them now?
If that person put all the "thoughtfulness" into sending lil' ol' "US" a card. ..
I just can't bring myself to throwing it out.
Then, I also think: Mine is in the garbage somewhere....
On a different note:
This lil' joke underneath
 is the life of my little sister and I growing up..Oh my gosh!
 We use to go out into our "horse pasture" and say to one another...
"It's time to cuss..."
but we would go far enough for the "Mothers' ears" couldn't hear us!
Then we would let the F-Bombs drop!!!!
Then we would threaten one another after..
"I'll tell if you tell...."

A 6-year-old and a 4-year-old are upstairs in their bedroom. 'You know what?' says the 6-year-old. 'I think it's about time we started cussing.
The 4-year-old nods his head in approval.
The 6-year-old continues, 'When we go downstairs for breakfast,
I'm gonna say something with hell and you say something with ass.'
The 4-year-old agrees with enthusiasm. When the mother walks into the kitchen
and asks the 6-year-old what he wants for breakfast, he replies, 'Aw, hell, Mom,
I guess I'll have some Cheerios.'
WHACK! He flies out of his chair, tumbles across the kitchen floor, gets up, and
runs upstairs, crying his eyes out, with his mother in hot pursuit, slapping his rear
with every step. His mom locks him in his room and shouts, 'You can stay there
until I let you out!' She then comes back downstairs, looks at the 4-year-old and
asks with a stern voice, 'And what do YOU want for breakfast, young man?'
I don't know, he blubbers, 'but you can bet your fat ass it won't be Cheerios!'

Hope you have a wonderful  day filled with laughter and *love*oxoxoxoooxo


Christine said…
I was thinking the same thing about the cards! And I love that little story...very funny.
Trish said…
I always keep the picture cards from year to year. I put them in the attic with all my Christmas stuff. Then sit them back out in a Christmas basket in the livingroom again the next year. That way all my holiday guest can enjoying looking through them Then when I get the new ones I can look back and compare them to the previous year and see how everyone has grown & changed!

Just an idea :O)
Anonymous said…
hahahaha i remember that,,and do u remember when u would rub the brush on ur arm and tell mom i hit u?!well i kept ur xmas card its not in the trash any where:)love u tami
Beth Dunn said…
OH gosh I feel like such a heel. I read on some blog that you can donate xmas cards and they'll donate money to a charity. WHY oh WHY didn't I write down the link! What kind of SC am I??? I suck-but I was busy like all of us. Happy New year and keep cursing in the hills. xoxo

How about making one or more collages with the cards? You have the creative talent to do it. Or, how about Christmas wallpaper. These ideas may sound silly, but they just might work. I like the story, reminds me of my straight laced parents.
hahahahha.....When my bro learned the "ass" word he went all over the house writing it on the wall?! Hope your having a great day!! xoxo
Miss-happypants said…
I keep the ones with photos in a photo box and keep ones that mean something special...like they said something that meant a lot to me. Otherwise they go into the recycling bin.

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