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Monday, December 11, 2006


This weekend Molly and I watched a "Classic Christmas Movies" marathon on the family channel; by classic they meant claymation and it was awesome. There was a movie called Jack Frost, which was really about groundhog day, complete with a groundhog narrator who did a song and dance about the wonders of groundhog day. There was the movie Pinocchio's Christmas, which was just stupid. There was the movie called Rudolph's Shiny New Year in which Rudolph, yes the reindeer, had to go find Happy the New Year's baby because he ran away with a vulture called Eon the Terrible who didn't want to die. Without the baby new year, it would stay Dec. 31 forever. The best scene in the movie was when Rudolph was standing with Ben Franklin, a knight, and a caveman watching Happy play with the three bears from the Goldilocks story. Yes, that really happened. But the best movie of all was "Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey." It was awesome. Everyone made fun of Nestor because of his long ears, but then he helped Mary and Joseph at the nativity and now he's famous; and since it is claymation, Rudolph and Santa made an appearance at the end and it definitely snowed the whole movie.
Throughout this ordeal I taught Molly to make cables and now she's doing a really awesome hat that is cabled with the hat in green and the cables in blue. I also got a lot of work done on Courtney's wrap.


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