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A HERO IN EVERONE

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Friday, December 6, 2013

I'm not really here this month. I don't approve of the purchasing power of December, but I can't avoid the seasonal spirit of giving either.





Choose your battles wisely.

10 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

Hiding away at your bay

Lexa Cain said...

I must be really tired because I read "battles" as "batteries" twice and was struggling to figure out their significance - symbolic, satirical, surreal? No, just me being an idiot. But I had a pretty good laugh at myself. :P

klahanie said...

Oops, "The uploader has not made this video available in your country."

I'm not actually commenting. However, we do share the gift of giving.

Be well and smile, Donna :)

Gary

Donna Hole said...

Cat: yep! Its freezing here.

Lexa: Not an idiot. Tis the season for purchasing - and everything needs a battery. I guess you're channeling the Energizer Bunny, pink fluffy ears and all. Be careful out shopping, you're already pre-programmed it seems.

Gary; oops, sorry. I know you have your own repertoire of uplifting, heroic videos. I smile every time we visit, and many days after.

.......dhole

Gossip_Grl said...

I call what I have this time of year, The Charlie Brown Syndrome so I know how you feel. I'd love to hibernate the entire month of December and sleep it away.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

I give my Christmas presents all year whenever I see something that will tickle a friend I know.

Your video wouldn't play for me either. Rats.

The best gift we can give others is a little piece of our hearts.

DEZMOND said...

well I do always accept gifts you know :))

Maurice Mitchell said...

What a touching song. Thanks for the uplift Donna!

Tammy Theriault said...

that boy is amazing! what a gift, right?? and yes, yes you are here. I totally found you playing hooky on my blog. hahaha...

Michael Offutt, Phantom Reader said...

My friend Jake loves Billy Gillman. It's kind of creepy.