Getting in the Christmas Mood 9

There will be an announcement about some BIG news at LASR tomorrow, so come back to get in the fun.

If it's Friday, that means it's time to play Friday's Feast again. Just click on the button above to play along, and don't forget to let me know you have.

What was the last game you purchased? I think it was one of the kids' computer games, but I honestly can't tell you. I've slept since then.

Name something in which you don’t believe. I don't believe in people being mean to each other for no reason other than you can. That's probably not the kind of answer you are looking for, but other "things"...even if I'm not convinced they exist, I try to keep an open mind. "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, chanel handbags
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." (for extra points, tell me where that quote is from)

If you could choose a celebrity to be your boss, who would you pick?Jennifer Aniston. She seems like she would be a fun person to work for and just to know.

Main Course
What was a lesson you had to learn the hard way? That I can't always do EVERYTHING...sometimes a person has to learn to say "no."

Describe your idea of the perfect relaxation room. It doesn't necessarily have to be big, but soft lighting, comfortable recliners, good enough lighting for reading, a stereo in case we wanted music, and (above all) no phone or TV.


You Know a Lot About Christmas

You got 7/10 correct

You know tons about the history and traditions surrounding Christmas.
When you celebrate the holidays, you never forget their true meaning - or all the little fun details.

Random Christmas fact: "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" is the first Christmas carol. It dates back to the 12th century.


Marianne Arkins said…
I hardly think it's fair that you get "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" and I get pig's heads.

What's up with that?
Braden said…
Great main course, and dessert, too. Saying "no" is too hard sometimes, but a necessity as well.

Oh, and I should of also mentioned back on my own feast that I do love a good pipe filled with a most aromatic cavendish pipe tobacco. :)

Have a good weekend.

Best -
Linda said…

Thanks for stopping by 2nd Cup. I'm honored that you stopped and commented. You have my daughter's dream job; she's a junior in college, wants to be an editor.

Please come back and visit; I'll return, too.
Love your soup. Very good answer. Extra points question: Shakespeare.

I love your main course. I had that problem for the longest time.

Have a great FF and weekend. :)
tegdirb92 said…
I really loved your feast this week!! I always love stopping by :) Have a great weekend.
Sassy Lucy said…
Saying no, hard lesson to learn and one I can't say I have quite fully learned.
Excellent feast.
Mine is up
Have a great weekend!
Great Feast...

and I stil need to learn about the whole saying no thing..sighh

Happy Feasting.
Jacquie said…
I saw you on URWA and wanted to stop by and check out your blog. How fun!

Is LASR The Long and Short of it Reviews? What a nice place that is. I have a link to it on my website.

Rebekah said…
Turns out "Jingle Bells" was originally a Thanksgiving song. Who knew.
Rebekah said…
Oh, and Hamlet - act 1, scene 5.
Jodi said…
Great feast!
Jennifer said…
Totally agree with your main course! Great feast this week! Hope you have a great weekend!!

Jennifer :-)