Tuesday, December 21, 2010

I don't think I've ever believed...

He's just a little too "jolly"
... in Santa.  Weird, huh?

Such a cute tin, if I do say so myself.

I mean, I could be wrong.  But I thought about it today.  Did I ever really get excited about that fat man in red?  I remember leaving cookies and milk out.  I remember that.  But did I ever leave them out for him.  Or did I just know that my dad would eat them anyway?

I thought I'd insert a random 'dog on the back deck depressed because the snow is melting' photo

It's driving me nuts that I can't remember this.  Family?  Fill me in, please.

Some goodies lie amidst that tissue paper!
Maybe I am just a scrooge. 

Can anyone guess what these are?

Let's not think about that.  I don't need ghosts of Christmas past, Christmas present, and Christmas future showing up at my doorstep.  I've got way to much goodie-making to do.


  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I LOVE the name of your blog!!! Congrats too on soon to be married! I am getting married next June!

    The coconut milk creamer rocks! If you have whole foods near you, they would have it there Im sure! xoxo

  2. That raelly looks like some kind of chocolate cookie. Hope the fat man dressed in red stops into see you anyways. Happy Holidays

  3. Santa always scared me :(

  4. chocolate looks delicious, hope Santa will stop at your door and bring lot of gifts.

  5. I Still believe!! Your chocolates look yummy.

  6. There's no Santa!!??

    I remember believing in Santa and being so excited I almost couldn't sleep on Christmas eve! I was 27 ..... I kid!

    Cute bikkie tin and those look like marshmallow chocolate biscuits (to me at least).

  7. chocolate covered marshmallows?

    I didn't believe in Santa. Our parents told us there was no such thing from the jump! I had friends who truly believed in him. My lil ones do. He creeps my daughter out!

  8. Chocolate covered PB Ritz sandwiches!?!?

  9. I always believed in Santa...LOL.Are they some sort of burgers or sliders maybe covered in chocolate?

  10. You know... I don't think I only believed for a very short time. I haven't really thought about it either, but now that I do, I seem to remember thinking it was my dad and I didn't want to disappoint my parents by asking. They seemed to have so much fun in the morning watching us. I know my son figured it out pretty early too, probably about 4 or 5 years old. My daughter though, wanted to believe! She was probably 8 or so! One of the boys in my son's class knew, but didn't let on to his parents until he was almost a teenager as he thought they would stop getting so many presents!!
    no idea about the pic... chocolate covered... hmmm.. cookies?

  11. I can't really remember when I stopped believing but I think I was always a bit skeptical. I'm just too rational for my own good, I guess.

  12. Merry Christmas to you, Peggy - and thanks for all the comments you leave at my blog - they make me happy :-)

    My best,

  13. whatever those are they look like they have chocolate...so I definitely believe in them! :)



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