(Closed) Let’s Write Our Own Christmas Story! You fill in the next part!

posted 9 years ago in Holidays
Post # 3
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I don’t know any christmas stories!!!! 🙁 But I want to play….

Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Ok, here i go!

Its Christmas Eve and we are all in misery for having to be at work. That boss is a mean on, Mr Grinch.

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

oops! Here it it!!! 🙂

 

Twas the night before Christmas and all through my house, ALL the creatures were stirring, even my blue and gold Macaw. And we are all in misery for having to be at work. That boss is a mean one, a real Mr Grinch.

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Twas the Night before Christmas and all through my Georgia Bee house, ALL the creatures were stirring even my blue and gold macaw!

And we are  in Montana Bee misery for having to be at work.  That boss is a mean one, a real Mr. Grinch!

 Only visions of wedding bells and our beautiful gowns will get us through this Seattle Bee Chritmas Eve Day.”

Post # 9
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

Twas the Night before Christmas and all through my Georgia Bee house, ALL the creatures were stirring even my blue and gold macaw!

And we are  in Montana Bee misery for having to be at work.  That boss is a mean one, a real Mr. Grinch!

 Only visions of wedding bells and our beautiful gowns will get us through this Seattle Bee Chritmas Eve Day.”

In Louisiana there are dreams of grandeur and even some bling, but most of all I am excited to watch the tree and gingerbread house a-glittering… 2 eight year olds are studying their multiplication facts, in hope that St. Nick won’t put coal in their Christmas sacks.  A six year old is making himself a glass of water and I pray that the tinkering I hear is from his ice, but since he’s full of mischief and a bit of changrin, I wouldn’t be surprised if the kitchen may not be oh so nice…

Post # 10
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2010 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, St. Thomas

Twas the Night before Christmas and all through my Georgia Bee house, ALL the creatures were stirring even my blue and gold macaw!

And we are  in Montana Bee misery for having to be at work.  That boss is a mean one, a real Mr. Grinch!

 Only visions of wedding bells and our beautiful gowns will get us through this Seattle Bee Chritmas Eve Day.

In Louisiana there are dreams of grandeur and even some bling, but most of all I am excited to watch the tree and gingerbread house a-glittering… 2 eight year olds are studying their multiplication facts, in hope that St. Nick won’t put coal in their Christmas sacks.  A six year old is making himself a glass of water and I pray that the tinkering I hear is from his ice, but since he’s full of mischief and a bit of changrin, I wouldn’t be surprised if the kitchen may not be oh so nice…

The Nachos were getting ready to jump in the car, to drive to my parents’ from Chicago, not too far…

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Twas the Night before Christmas and all through my Georgia Bee house, ALL the creatures were stirring even my blue and gold macaw!

And we are  in Montana Bee misery for having to be at work.  That boss is a mean one, a real Mr. Grinch!

 Only visions of wedding bells and our beautiful gowns will get us through this Seattle Bee Chritmas Eve Day.

In Louisiana there are dreams of grandeur and even some bling, but most of all I am excited to watch the tree and gingerbread house a-glittering… 2 eight year olds are studying their multiplication facts, in hope that St. Nick won’t put coal in their Christmas sacks.  A six year old is making himself a glass of water and I pray that the tinkering I hear is from his ice, but since he’s full of mischief and a bit of changrin, I wouldn’t be surprised if the kitchen may not be oh so nice…

The Nachos were getting ready to jump in the car, to drive to my parents’ from Chicago, not too far…

In snowy Rhode Island, we are snuggled up with some tea,and I am just hoping that “Santa” will be nice to me. My Fiance is sitting and watching tv knowing that tomorrow we have to go to a party.

Post # 12
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2009

Twas the Night before Christmas and all through my Georgia Bee house, ALL the creatures were stirring even my blue and gold macaw!

And we are  in Montana Bee misery for having to be at work.  That boss is a mean one, a real Mr. Grinch!

 Only visions of wedding bells and our beautiful gowns will get us through this Seattle Bee Chritmas Eve Day.

In Louisiana there are dreams of grandeur and even some bling, but most of all I am excited to watch the tree and gingerbread house a-glittering… 2 eight year olds are studying their multiplication facts, in hope that St. Nick won’t put coal in their Christmas sacks.  A six year old is making himself a glass of water and I pray that the tinkering I hear is from his ice, but since he’s full of mischief and a bit of changrin, I wouldn’t be surprised if the kitchen may not be oh so nice…

The Nachos were getting ready to jump in the car, to drive to my parents’ from Chicago, not too far…

In snowy Rhode Island, we are snuggled up with some tea,and I am just hoping that “Santa” will be nice to me. My Fiance is sitting and watching tv knowing that tomorrow we have to go to a party.

In rainy Atlanta, the Peeps donned their wellies and headed out to a friends house, prepared to conquer rock band and to fill their bellies.

Post # 13
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

Twas the Night before Christmas and all through my Georgia Bee house, ALL the creatures were stirring even my blue and gold macaw!

And we are  in Montana Bee misery for having to be at work.  That boss is a mean one, a real Mr. Grinch!

 Only visions of wedding bells and our beautiful gowns will get us through this Seattle Bee Chritmas Eve Day.

In Louisiana there are dreams of grandeur and even some bling, but most of all I am excited to watch the tree and gingerbread house a-glittering… 2 eight year olds are studying their multiplication facts, in hope that St. Nick won’t put coal in their Christmas sacks.  A six year old is making himself a glass of water and I pray that the tinkering I hear is from his ice, but since he’s full of mischief and a bit of changrin, I wouldn’t be surprised if the kitchen may not be oh so nice…

The Nachos were getting ready to jump in the car, to drive to my parents’ from Chicago, not too far…

In snowy Rhode Island, we are snuggled up with some tea,and I am just hoping that “Santa” will be nice to me. My Fiance is sitting and watching tv knowing that tomorrow we have to go to a party.

In rainy Atlanta, the Peeps donned their wellies and headed out to a friends house, prepared to conquer rock band and to fill their bellies.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch in Oklahoma, a blizzard has set in and SO is so sick he’s practically in a coma.. There’s chicken in the oven, but there’s nothing on TV. It’s been so boring today, thank God for the BEE.

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