JOSH LANYON'S BLOG
Thank you! Wish you better soon.
Rudolph! always my favorite, especially the Burl Ives version. Feel better..
I love Burl Ives!
I love it that even the little mouse got it's cheese
Feel better soon. I'm just gonna lie here in bed and watch the cartoons. Thanks.
Right. As I watch them I feel this vague flicker of recognition...
Wow! I've never seen these. That clumsy, little Dutch boy. Lol. I love the story of Rudolph, but as I get older, I can't help but think it's really a story about how you're only appreciated if your oddity is useful to society. I know it's just those crazy deer, but my mind can't help but twist it. Hopefully I didn't ruin that memory for everyone.Hope you're feeling better. Headcolds at Christmas are not fun... Well, headcolds any time are not fun but especially at the holidays. Drink you wassail. ;)
I hate being sick for the holidays, though it seems like the SO and I do this every year.As for useful oddities... Hm. But you know, if we're being realistic, we are only appreciated for what we can bring to the table. So I guess the message of...even those who do not seem useful on the surface may still prove useful is maybe a good one. It's brutal out there.MERRY FREAKING CHRISTMAS! ;-D
I like your answer. Ok, now I can enjoy Rudolf again. Lol.
Great cartoons. Hope you feel better soon Josh.-Andy Slayde
I don't remember ever seeing either of these - Thanks!! Hope you feel better for Christmas.
Those cartoons are fun! :) My daughter-in-law can not abide the story of Rudolph. lol. She says it's the classic story of how most people treat you badly until they want something from you. :p She's probably right, but I still love a good story of the underdog coming out on top! Hope you and your SO get back on your feet soon! Get well!
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Feel better soon, dear Josh! And thank you for the cartoons :-)