I hope you all had a safe and merry Christmas.
On Christmas Eve morning I had breakfast with my sister and her friend’s family. The meals were so yummy. My meal was yummy too. I loved the hash browns and bacon that Perry’s had. They were really good. I especially loved the dippy eggs, my favorite breakfast food. Before that we went to WalMart and I could barely find some polar bear fur for the polar bear puppet I was gonna make. Anyway, it was still a good day despite not finding what I was looking for.
I went to my aunt Debbie’s house for a visit on Christmas Eve. I watched A Special Sesame Street Christmas when I was there. That’s a great Christmas special. We went home after and then the rest of the day I watched Muppets/Sesame Street/Henson Company Christmas specials.
On Christmas Day, we always have our usual Christmas breakfast. So I ate breakfast that day, then opened some Christmas presents. I got a Miss Piggy plush, the book called Imagination Illustrated, the DVD of Henson’s Place The Man Behind the Muppets, a Sesame Street calendar for next year, then some Ark Therapeutic chewable necklaces. I was so excited to get them. And I was also excited to get some new squeeze toys, a vintage kazoo and some Christmas candy.
I also hope you guys had a great and happy Thanksgiving. We Pennsylvania Dutch folk have potato filling with our green beans, corn and turkey for Thanksgiving, and I also got to eat some candied yams. I have always found candied yams really yummy. And for those of you who don’t know what potato filling is, it’s mashed potatoes with celery, onions and bread stuffing. And it’s the yummiest side dish on Thanksgiving EVER.
I hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving and Christmas, as I have said before.