Showing posts from December, 2012

Lesley's Tips for Enjoying the Holidays

Tips for Enjoying the Holidays More: Shop Early - Nothing spoils the happy holiday mood like last minute shopping.Don't expect it to be like a holiday movie - Accept perhaps National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation ;)Don't expect it to be like a Christmas Card - Expectations ruin the beauty of the experience you're having. Sure the kids throw clumps of icicles all over the tree, dump sprinkles in 3 inch high piles in the middle of the cookies, and decide halfway through that they're not remotely interested in making ornaments with you, but who cares. Enjoy what it is instead of mourning what it could have been.It's the thought that counts - This applies to receiving as well as giving. If you get a gift you don't like, be happy that the person thought of you enough to spend their hard earned money or time on it. Same goes for giving, put some thought into the gift you give someone and if they don't like it well they can just suck it! Don't…

New Game: Zombie Appocalypse!

Okay, so I don't know about you... But with all the Christmas presents I just bought, I'm broke!

So...New Game!!!

The zombie apocalypse is about to start!  There are signs.  Scattered reports of people attacking others and eating their flesh.  Bath salts? Or impending doom?

For the sake of safety you better stock up!  For at least the rest of the month!  (Trust's the holidays so shopping in this mess is just like shopping in a real impending apocalypse.)

Once you make your stock up trip, society falls.  Don't worry. At least the power and water are still on and we have tv!

Okay, that's it! Don't buy anything else for the rest of the month!

What? Your kids need fresh milk, and you don't wanna bake your own bread? Hmm OK.  I guess then you can go out on the occasional salvage run.  But you're not allowed to buy more than a bag worth of groceries.  After all with anymore than that, you're going to be too weighed down to run from the zombies ch…