- AWKWARD VISIT WITH SANTA PHOTO OF THE DAY
- HIDEOUS CHRISTMAS SWEATER PHOTO OF THE DAY
- DOG CONFESSIONS
- BIZARRE CHRISTMAS CARDS
- LETTERS TO SANTA
- GARDEN UPDATE
- THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS~DAY 11
- GARDEN GIGGLE
- GARDEN GOODIES~SHARE OUR GARDEN RECIPE #0122 DOGGIE HOLIDAY TREATS
- WHAT IN THE WORLD?
I love christmas, I am sometimes naughty but i make it up to my mummy with lots of kisses when I am good. I am very good most of the time. Please send my mummy something nice. lots of hugs and kisses from Jordan.
- Jordan, 4, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom.
Thank you for setting up E mail caus I really hate writing letters caus my speling is bad and my writing is messy.
It is very hot in Egypt for reindeer but I hope you will still visit.
- Steve, 8, Cairo, Egypt.
I know I am getting quite old now, but I would be real pleased if you could pay me a little visit while you are dropping off my niece Lauren's presents tonight. I really don't like being a grown up if it means that you won't visit me anymore. Thankyou Santa and I look forward to seeing my stocking in the morning!
- Kate, 25, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
The elves must really love you to work so hard for you or do you just pay them a lot?
- Tyler, 8, East Peoria, Illinois.
merry xmas and dont get drunk xmas eve because if you get drunk and drive the sliegh you might crash.
- Jenna, 10, Tasmania, Australia.
How do u stay on my roof??? I mean its soooo steep!! What if u fall??? I mean i don't want my dad to become santa clause i think Tim Allen makes a better santa.
- Samantha, 12, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Santa I also want my parents to be nice to each other
- (Name and address withheld by Santa).
I always want to see real Santa Clause, but my parents don't have much money even to buy TV. That why I never see Santa Clause. With best wishes MARTA
- Marta, 15, Kolobrzeg, Poland.
Chilly in the a.m., sunny in the afternoon and whoosh! by 4p.m. it was 45F and dropping....
THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS~DAY 11
ON THE ELEVENTH DAY OF CHRISTMAS, your true love gave to you - eleven pipers piping..ten lords-a-leapin', nine ladies dancing, eight maids a milking, seven swans a swimming, six geese a laying, five golden rings, four calling birds, three French hens, two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree.
(1/2) cup unsweetened applesauce
(1) egg, slightly beaten
(1/2) cup chunky peanut butter
(1) teaspoon vanilla
(1- 1/4) cups water
(3) cups whole-wheat flour
(1) cup white flour
(1/2) cup cornmeal
(1/2) cup quick-cooking oats
(1/4) cup chopped peanuts
Preheat oven to 350F degrees. In a large mixing bowl, combine applesauce, egg, peanut butter, vanilla and water. Mix well. Add flours, corn meal, oats and peanuts and mix well to form a dough. Turn dough onto a floured surface and knead until thoroughly mixed together. Roll out dough to 1/4 inch thick and cut out shapes. Place on greased baking sheet and bake for 45 minutes until lightly browned. Cool on rack. Makes 30 cookies.