Friday, December 13, 2013

Why Am I Asking So Many Questions?


Maybe because I don't like the answers?


After making you think last night, I figured I'd give everyone a breather, including me. We are going to get some snow tomorrow evening and both the GF and I got paid today so we went to a few stores to stock up on essentials since we hadn't done any grocery shopping in at least a week. Just getting back now and its just easier to post this caption that I believe fell through the cracks back in March.

I don't recall making this for anyone, and it doesn't seem to have been posted here as well. Last night I went through my captions folder looking for captions I made and forgot about, caption settings without text in them, and things like that. I ended up with  9 or 10 in total, and I think one of the things I might do if I get bored, or tired from shoveling, is try to finish them all. It'd also be nice if I could whip up a few new Christmas captions, but I'm not pushing myself too hard lest I make some crappy ones just to say I did. I am quite proud of the ones from last year as well as previous years, so I want to make sure I make something worthy of my past work.

Since there are 12 days left until Christmas, seems like a good enough time to start posting some Christmas music here on the blog. Forgive me if I have posted these in the past. Perhaps I just love some of these so much I have to post them again!


Here is a traditional song. My mom used to play this album every year when putting up the tree.


And now one for our unconventional followers. I remember headbanging to this one in my youth!

3 comments:

  1. Nice cap Dee! You can always tell when you are prolific when you stumble upon a cap that has never been posted!

    I do love a good Christmas song, but I hate to say that Barbara Streisand's Jingle Bells makes me cringe any time I hear it. I suppose that it really matters what context you hear a song in first. This song first came on my radar as I worked in a retail store. Hearing it blasted over the speakers every morning (normally around 4:30AM) made me hate it.

    As for the King Diamond ditty... well this is my first experience with it and will now always associate it with you!

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    1. Sorry you got to hear it all the time. I lucked out in that by the time I stopped doing Christmas retail, they didn't play a ton of Xmas songs. I was usually working in a computer store of Electronics Boutique so they didn't have a radio playing.

      King Diamond is always a favorite as its quite cheesy evil he spouts. His concept albums in the late 80's were really good though!

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  2. Love this cap Dee. I hope you are not snowed in...

    xoxoxo Katie

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