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Saturday, December 24, 2005

~ The Thirteen Days Of Yule ~

In another place we've been playing a game based on the song Twelve Days of Christmas, remember, it begins

"On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me..."

We changed it to Thirteen days of Yule here's the gift list from Owlfin Sidhe:

Thirteen spirit guides
Twelve celtic gods
Eleven elfin lords
Ten stones of knowledge
Nine crystal skulls
Eight points of lights
Seven flying faeries
Six magick mirrors
Five rings of power
Four fuzzy trolls
Three leprechaun's
Two fire dragons
And a water sprite in a fish bowl!

If anyone has time I'd love to read your gift list


Blogger Mother Damnable said...

Here's mine:

Thirteen Norse Gods
Twelve ladies Valkyrie
Eleven Fairy sisters
Ten Elvish Misters
Nine Dragons flying
Eight Pheonix rising
Seven Rainbows bright
Six wands of light
Five Pentagram rings
Four giant trolls
Three Crystal balls
Two mothers mine
And a sword of truth to light the way!

Saturday, 24 December, 2005  
Blogger George Breed said...

Thirteen works of wonder
Twelve gods of thunder
Eleven visiting angels
Ten good strong brothers
Nine friends cavorting
Eight wands of magic
Seven choirs of heaven
Six open knowings
Five cosmic blessings
Four preaching prophets
Three eyes of Odin
Two hands a'clapping
And Exuberance a'laughing all the way!

Saturday, 24 December, 2005  
Blogger Mother Damnable said...


Saturday, 24 December, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alliterations galore!

Thirteen thriftstore thieveings,
Twelve turnip touters,
Eleven eroding Enter keys,
Ten telecaster ticklers,
Nine hundred NAFTA shares,
Eight enchanted escallopes,
Seven silver saris,
Six sexy sailors,
Five freedom fighters,
Four fearsome ferrets,
Three thoughtful thinkers,
Two tearful twins
And a disintegrating hierarchical system!

Happy Khanuka, and a great Christian calendar New Year to gentiles everywhere!


PS: My password is acting up so I have to post anonymously.

Sunday, 25 December, 2005  
Blogger Granny said...

I think I'll just read all of yours. Ray & I just toasted each other at midnight (with eggnog) for making it through another year. Girls nestled snug in their beds and morning comes early around here.

13 good friends like you
12 wishes for peace
Now I'm stuck - it's been a long day.

Much love from the Adams family
Ann and Ray and the Parkers - Elcie, Rochelle, & Rebecca.

Sunday, 25 December, 2005  
Blogger Mother Damnable said...


13 Merry Anarchists
12 Santa’s slightly pist
11 riots going strong
10 tokes from my bong
9 Bonesmen exposed
8 lines not toed
7 ASBOs frozen cold
6 whistleblowers bold
5 World leaders gone!
4 truth tellers shone
3 I.D. cards stopped
2 tears all mopped
And a decent policy on Global Warming!

Sunday, 25 December, 2005  
Blogger Mother Damnable said...

Totah and Granny

Best wishes to you both!

Sunday, 25 December, 2005  
Blogger George Breed said...

"Alternative" strikes the irascible chord within me. It is a continuous effort to turn justified anger into effective action. The Buddha dudes and dudesses call it upaya or skillful means. In martial arts it is aikido (moving in harmony with what is). Our anger burns and we continue opening and unfolding.

Monday, 26 December, 2005  
Blogger Mother Damnable said...

George thank you for your affinity.

I worry that my fury might frighten gentler spirits, I am relieved that you understand that my anger is controlled and disciplined.

Ever the Damnable one!

Monday, 26 December, 2005  

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