Merry Christmas

 

Squiggle & Santa, 2007

Merry Christmas to you and yours from me and mine and his and hers and theirs. Thanks for reading my dumb and poorly proofread blog for yet another year.

37 thoughts on “Merry Christmas

  1. Merry Christmas to you. Squirrely is might cute there.

    And thanks for letting us feel superior about our typing skills. That means alot to me sometimes.

  2. OMG! He’s so LONG! And not crying with Santa!
    This bodes well for the new year, don’t you think?
    Happy Holidays!

  3. Back atcha Matthew! I’m looking forward to another year of your blog. You shouldn’t worry about mistakes either; you know we’ll all chime in to help correct you.

  4. Merry Christmas to you! Thanks for all the laughs and for sharing your life with us. Best to you, the queen, and squiggle!

    P.S. Proofreading is highly over-rated.

  5. Blofeld laughs at your foolishness for he will get you in a complex scenario that cannot fail! His minions are coming to get you at this very moment! Your sloppy grammar and spelling will not be tolerated by S.P.E.C.T.R.E.!

  6. Compared to my 9-month old, who bawled the second he sat on Santa’s lap, Squiggle looks angelic and GIANT.

    Merry Christmas! Thanks for entertaining all of us.

  7. Merry Christmas from Canada (we haven’t lost the war on Christmas here yet), thanks for another great year of postings and enjoyable typos.

  8. Holy living god! Squirrelly is halfway to being a college freshman. When the hell did that happen? Wasn’t he a fetus back in July or something?

    I always thought the typos were your polite way of making less-funny people feel better about themselves. “I’m not as witty, but at least I don’t grapple with homonyms like this guy does.”

    Merry Christmas back in your face.

  9. I first discovered this blog over the Thanskgiving weekend. I’ve been glued to it ever since. I’ve laughed harder than I have in years, sometimes to the point that tears were rolling down my face. I’ve also been touched by your profound insights into the absurdities of Religion, Politics, Economics, Parenting, and the Internet.

    Thank you Matt, for having the guts to share your bizarre sense of humour, your honesty and your family with us. Even with the typos, it’s been a month of very entertaining reading :-)

    Best wishes to you, “The Queen” and “Squirrley”, in this most sacred of all Holiday seasons.

    Happy Darwinukhah

  10. I first discovered this blog over the Thanskgiving weekend. I’ve been glued to it ever since. I’ve laughed harder than I have in years, sometimes to the point that tears were rolling down my face. I’ve also been touched by your profound insights into the absurdities of Religion, Politics, Economics, Parenting, and the Internet.

    Thank you Matt, for having the guts to share your bizarre sense of humour, your honesty and your family with us. Even with the typos, it’s been a month of very entertaining reading :-)

    Best wishes to you, “The Queen” and “Squirrley”, in this most sacred of all Holiday seasons.

    Happy Darwinukhah

  11. Oops, “Double Post” :-)

    Deja Vu?

    Shit!

    That usually means they’ve changed something in the Matrix.

    OK, I’m “Outta Here”.

    Where’s my Godamned phone?

  12. Thank you for your blog, typos and all, Matthew. Watching the Squiggly grow up, and hearing the adventures of the Yeti and the Queen is part of my daily routine.
    mompoet in Canada

  13. Merry merry to you too! I enjoy your blog enough not to notice any mistakes, which is saying a lot. I tend to be a red-pen person. Squiggle makes me smile, as he reminds me of elven folk. He seems more graceful and wise than the rest of us. Enjoy!

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