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Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas and the Imaginarium.

Merry Christmas Troops!

What a day of snow.  I'm glad it happened on Christmas Eve and not Christmas Day.  I had a bit of trouble navigating the roads with my rear wheel drive Battlestar (Lincoln Town Car); I did a complete a half donut on a neighborhood street trying to get home from WalMart at 8:30 A.M.   Next time I won't leave my home until I've fully charged the Battlestar's phaser banks so I can use them to melt the ice and snow off the roads in front of me as I drive.

I noticed the workman were hard at it at 7:00 A.M. at the school.  They told me they had Christmas Eve off.   I guess their boss cracked the whip.  They are serious about getting the Magellan, Galileo and Phoenix up and running as soon as possible.  Knowing that makes Christmas a bit brighter, doesn't it?

What better way to end the day than to take a nice stroll through the Imaginarium.  I'll leave you to it.  I've got a family Christmas Eve party at my sisters.  Its one of those white elephant gift exchange things.  You know what I'm talking about.  By the time the exchange is over, half the family won't be speaking to the other half until its time to get together again on July 4th!  I stay out of the arguments over who got what and how many times that certain gift actually changed hands.  I trade for the least desirable gift, fill a bowl with caramel corn and sit back and watch the fireworks.

Happy Holiday!
Mr. W.    

The perfect Christmas Tree for the poor starving university student.

Imagination: A

I think some of my students already own this book based on their performance!

Creativity: A

A company will create a stuffed animal based on your child's drawing.
Brilliantly Creative!

There's a story in this picture. 
Don't know what yet, but there is one.

I wonder if you could get a degree in this?


Wonder who mom and dad love the most?



A hotel in Finland built to watch the Northern Lights.


Great Job Ogden.

Santa is ready for all  of this to end.

Detailed Christmas Card.

Christmas in Greece.

Imagination: A


Fruit Art.

Fancy Dress Party as classic newspaper cartoon characters.

Creative Advertising.
Imagination: A

Somebody will become a billionaire if they can invent this.

1 comment:

Cambry Wallentine said...

Very creative Christmas Post. (:
I loved the ballet classes one.