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Thursday, December 15, 2005

Merry Christmas

Seasons come and seasons go--and for that matter, years and lives--but the moments that remain suspended in time, are the moments that remain branded in minds and hearts, moments of...
BAH HUMBUG.
In my own words, that spew forth in over-abundance like a fountain of bad living conditions, Christmas is a time to be gay. Yes, laud the season with that good old-fashioned gaiety and skip around like there is no tomorrow.
And yes, posting pictures also falls under the category of Christmas Skipping--officially.
















The following picture is a fine representation of stylish Shiz almost-organized-ness (aka organized-but-not-quite). See, in the photo there's a trend that tends toward us all looking to the right, but at the same time, something's quite messy about the whole thing. NWO.



































Here's a fine young man standing on extremity-extentions, and peering lovingly down at hospitalized children from atop his perch. Aw, my Dad is cool.

5 comments:

Anonymous win said...

hahaha!! my favorite deranged santa. rock on stevie!

12/16/2005 10:35 AM  
Blogger Sunny James said...

That's not Steve, that's my Dad!

12/17/2005 11:25 AM  
Blogger Elaina said...

Just to clarify...
Micah is Santa Longshanks.
Steve is the Disturbed Santa of somewhat smaller stature.

12/17/2005 9:05 PM  
Blogger Florence said...

Hahahahaha...
Good descriptions, El.
Neither of them were the ACTUAL Santa. Steve was supposed to be Santa's son and Dad was supposed to be Santa's younger brother. Why, I cannot imagine. I suppose we figured that there are tons of Santas everywhere, and the kids would get stumbled if they saw some skinny japanese santa at yuuenchi and wondered what happened to him.

12/17/2005 9:38 PM  
Anonymous nin said...

I love Steve's santa dance.

12/18/2005 12:23 AM  

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