Glad to be Here

I am glad to be alive and well today, the last day of 2012.  I’ve learned a lot this year:

  1. Don’t believe everything you hear, especially prophecies about the end of the world!
  2. Wear your pajamas all day, if you have the opportunity, especially if it’s snowing.
  3. Do something useful every day, because you will feel better about yourself, even if you do it in your pajamas.
  4. Be careful what you click on when you’re on the Internet. I spent last week digging out from the nastiest virus I’ve ever seen. It was disguised as a video downloader and was called vgrabber and search conduit. It is malware. Mean, mean malware.
  5. Don’t worry, be happy! I look forward to a year full of pajama days and opportunities to read, write and play Freecell!



Concerned about 12/21/12?

I have been concerned about December 21, 2012 for a few months. I have gone through many of the “what ifs”. I was worried that the electricity would go completely off forever and all my cyberspace would be gone. This is especially heinous considering that I have a 60,000 word memoir on my computer. I’ve been printing it out slowly but surely over the past few weeks. Then at least I’ll have a hard copy of it.

I stocked up enough food to last a few weeks, but I have no idea what I’d do after that. There may be earthquakes, tornadoes, volcanoes, tidal waves, hurricanes, and famines, etc. Then nobody will really care about my book.

So here is my answer:


If we are all around to see Saturday December 22, 2012, we will have a great deal to celebrate. We will have outlasted:

  1. The Mayan Calendar
  2. The return of the Mayan underworld god Bolon Yokte Ku
  3. The Aztec Calendar
  4. The return of the Aztec’s dragon god Quetazlcoatl
  5. The Cherokee Indian Calendar
  6. The return of the Cherokee’s flying rattlesnake god
  7. The appearance of the anti-Christ, according to the Cumaean Sibyl on the Great Seal of the United States.
  8. The great global devastation predicted by the Web Bot.

These people stole my heart when they started singing about Jesus in the Mall.

From The Pews

Lately this is what the Youth from my Parish have been working on doing…Flash Mobs!

I hope they get one done!

In the meantime, if you know not what a Flash Mob is, here is an example, and what better theme than THE Reason for The Season 😉


And Merry Christmas ♥

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