Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Zuzu’s Flower! Well, Merry Christmas!

I have yet to sit down and watch the Christmas classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life”, at least not this year. A simple message runs throughout the movie, gratitude for the blessings we have been given from on high. Mr. Potter represents the nay-sayers, those too blind to see the nose on their own faces as the Spirit of Christmas reaches out to touch the hearts of men.

TMH Bacon Bits has an article worth reading, one that is worthy of saying, Merry Christmas you old Building and Loan, Merry Christmas Mr. Potter!.

"We looked at each other one day and said, 'It's a sad, sad day in America when you have to retain an attorney to say Merry Christmas,' " Mr.Infranco says."
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