I can't think of any more off the top of my head, but I'll gladly hear more if you have them! I was going to try and make you guys something shiny, but my artistic skills are failing, along with my brain power. I might try something shiny for New Year, though don't hold your breath!
I am finally feeling more Christmassy, though not in the traditional way. Anyone who's spoken to me on MSN will have heard me complaining about having an annoying cold. Often, I am ill at Christmas, however I haven't been ill over Christmas for the past couple of years - before, and/or after, but not over, so I suppose it was only biding its time before it came back to bite me on the bum!
Anyway, I now have my traditional Christmas illness. It started off as a cold with not being able to breathe (still can't really) but I am now currently fed up of excessive sneezing and having a runny nose. Yes, I do look rather amusing walking around with a roll of toilet paper.
However, because I am ill, it has hampered my plan to try and sing O Come All Ye Faithful and Hark the Herald as many times as possible (without deliberately singing it). Currently the total is:
O Come All Ye Faithful - 8
Hark the Herald - 6
I was going to be upping both by 1 or 2 today, but I decided not to go to the crib service, due to feeling terrible and sneezing and whatnot, however, I have also been told I'm not allowed to go to Midnight Mass tonight either. I seem to have developed a kind of fever, but not a major one, but it's still enough to have actually been sent to bed.
It's still pot luck if I manage to make it to the Christmas Day service tomorrow.
Nevertheless, I have managed to watch the Santa Clause today, which has reminded me of my slight crush on David Krumholtz
Now I've rambled on far too much, so again, and without further adieu, I bid ye all a Merry Christmas, and before I forget, a Happy New Year!