Thursday, December 5, 2019

Bright sunshiny Thursday( Unbelievable )

Let it snow, let it snow, I told you that I'm in such a Christmas mood. I might as well let you know right now my friends, the three weeks before Christmas, my blog will be totally about Christmas. For those 6 0r 7 that blog with me, I warning you now that I'll be totaally into Christmas. 


Little Susie had been born with a sunny disposition, and was the most optimistic kid anybody had ever seen.
She loved people and animals, and no matter what happened, she always saw the bright side.
She was also an artistic girl. So one Christmas, her parents got her a big bag of clay for making pottery. They put it on the back porch next to a bag of horse manure for the garden.
On Christmas Eve, dad wrapped the presents. It was a little dark on the porch, and as you may have guessed, he wrapped the manure by mistake, instead of the pottery clay.
On Christmas morning, Susie was so excited to see what Santa had brought her. When she finally got to unwrap her big present, her parents watched with anticipation to see how much she liked her clay.
When Susie opened the package, and then the bag inside containing several pounds of stinky horse manure, the parents were aghast.
But before they could apologize, Susie said, “Oh boy! I got a pony!

One Christmas eve, Pete and Jane were driving their Russian friend Rudolph back to his house. The weather outside was frightful. Jane asked Pete, “Do you think that’s sleet or rain out there?”
“It’s rain, Jane” said Pete.
“I think it’s sleet, Pete,” said Jane.
Rudolph chimed in, “It’s definitely rain, Jane.”
“No, I really think it’s sleet, Rudolph” said Jane.
“Don’t argue with the expert, Jane,” said Pete.
“What do you mean, Pete?” asked Jane.
Pete replied, “Rudolph the Red knows rain, Dear.”

Three seniors are out for a stroll.
One of them remarks, “It’s windy.”
Another replies, “No way. It’s Thursday.”
The last one says, “Me too. Let’s have a soda.”


A Tree for Christmas Happy Hanukkah

Admiring the Christmas trees displayed in his neighbour's windows, Nathan asks his father, 'Daddy, can we have a Hanukkah Tree?'
'What? No, of course not.' says his father.
'Why not?' asks Nathan again.
Bewildered, his father replies, 'Well, Nathan, because the last time we had dealings with a lighted bush we spent 40 years in the wilderness.'


                      " See ya Friends " 

Cruisin Paul



  1. It's good to have the Christmas spirit. Enjoy it and we'll enjoy your Christmas funnies.

    Have a fabulous day, Paul. 🌲🌲🌲

  2. I love them all, now I know where to come all month to renew my Christmas spirit.

    I spit coffee on my monitor at the Christmas therapy group. The elves do need a promotion.

    1. I'm so sorry Jan that spit some of your coffee on your monitor. I've been taught to drink my coffee. LOL Thanks for visiting me.

  3. Merry Christmas to all! For the whole month, too.

  4. I like Christmas so all good Pauleo

    Those funnies were hilarious especially the carrot nose ...bzzzzzzzzzz LOL

    Have a christmassytastic weekend Pauleo Cornetto :-)

    1. I always wait to see what comment you are going to give me Steveo. You make my day after day after day after day. LOL

  5. Excellent. We all need a little Christmas right now. Send some of that cold weather down under please.

  6. You are so correct Rhonda. Christmas time we should be joyous and blessed.

  7. We welcome your Christmas postings. Time to be jolly because it is Christmas season!


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