Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Christmas Cartoon And Poem

Not sure if anyone else saw this one but I thought it was funny and wanted to share it here.   I have a Christmas card that shows a snowman finding lumps of coal in his stocking... he takes them out and then puts them on his face and says, "I can see, I can see!"  I love that cartoon.  It's positive and funny!

If you would like to read a poem that I like very much by Sarah Rossiter, you may find it
 Merry Christmas to everyone and hope you all have joy at this season and all through the year.


  1. I like the cartoon, the card and the poem, Kay! And indeed today marks the returning of the light, slowly but surely. How wonderful is that!

  2. Kay how lovely you found me. I am excited to get to know you and your blog...love he cartoon!!!

  3. Librarian,
    "The returning of the light, slowly but surely", very wondeful, indeed!
    Glad you like this cartoon & my description of my card!

  4. Donna,
    Thank you so much for your comment here.
    Not only will I enjoy your writing on your blog, but your wonderful photos as well.
    I am very interested in nature. If you look back at my posts, I was very excited this year to discover the sycamore tree! Never knew the name of the tree but have always loved it.
    So glad that you liked the cartoon!

  5. I love snowy owls! oh and barn owls and we hear them often as dusk falls. A lovely poem - thank you. Wishing you and yours an amazing Christmas and New Year,

    with love Sarah x

  6. sarah-jane down the lane,
    So happy you liked the poem too.

    Wish YOU a very happy Christmas and wonderful new year!

  7. Hello Kay, thank you for sharing this poem...I like it. Poor Santa, he doesn't believe in himself!

    To answer your question about the art, I do a lot of searching in Google images till I find something I like. When I find an artist, then I google his/her name for more works to chose from. There is also a good blog out there, all art, to get a person started...at bjws.blogspot.com

    Wishing you a Merry Christmas and looking forward to the New Year and more sharing of thoughts and ideas and loves and life on the blogs.

  8. Sara,
    Thank you so much for giving me these tips on getting some artwork on my blog. I truly love to gaze at beautiful works of art!

    Glad you liked the poem and a bit of a giggle over the cartoon!

    Merry Christmas to you! You cannot imagine how much I enjoy lovely people like yourself and sharing your world. Thank you!

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    1. Thanks so much, Red Dirt Girl!
      I have had hundreds look at this post in the past week and you are the only one who has left a comment and I appreciate it! Happy Christmas to you!

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    1. I am very glad you like it too and very happy that you took the time to leave a comment. I appreciate it!