Friday, December 16, 2011

To Get You In The Mood

Tomorrow night Todd and I have a Christmas dinner to attend with a large gathering of his friends.  We have been looking forward to it for some time now. 

However, there is a certain vomit situation going on around here and I am running on a half an hour of sleep.  And...  my stomach isn't feeling so great either, if I'm honest. 

Still, it has been a long time since I have been to any sort of Christmas party or dinner.  I really want to go.  I have finally been feeling that Christmassy spirit and I'm ready to enjoy the season.

I thought I would post this for any of you who are still having a hard time getting in the Christmas mood.  If it doesn't get you in the mood and least it will make you smile. 

8 comments:

Hilary said...

Oh that's so clever. Geesh, Kat.. I hope you'll all be feeling fine for your night out. Get some good sleep tonight if you can.

Tabor said...

I saw that video many holidays ago...it is still a lovely video and brings a big smile.

Mom24 said...

SO hoping you're feeling better and out having a lovely time right now.

lime said...

yeesh, hope you escaped the vomitrouciousness and were able to enjoy the party. this is one of my favorite videos. it cracks me up every time.

Jeni said...

I love this video too and it did perk my mood up a bit. Here's hoping that perking lasts a few days for me and that you manage to side step the vomit scene and get to go out and enjoy a special evening with Todd! Peace!

imbeingheldhostage said...

The annual vomit fest has hit, huh? Do you ever think someone will get clever and move Christmas celebrations to June when there's less sick kids?

Sorry to hear you're not feeling your best and hope the Christmassy spirit hits soon!!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

OH I hope you aren't sick!!!
This is such a cute video.

Robyn said...

I hope you went and had a good time. great video.

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