The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey thankfully and get quite a bit of laundry done as well. I found this one website which has a bunch of the original fairy tales and other such stories-- StoryNory.com. There's all kinds of fictional fun to be found there, and it's "kid friendly" as well from the looks of it. I read up on The Sleeping Beauty, and The Wicked Prince--which is quite a fascinating story, something worth adapting; I believe it was written by Hans Christian Anderson. Dinner was fantastic (I cooked the ham which was delicious) and then afterwards when everything was cleaned up we watched Ernest Saves Christmas while we played "Ireland-Opoly" which is a board game like the traditional Monopoly, except it was Irish themed, which was cool. I had really terrible luck, and I even had to dance an Irish jig to amuse all of the players...it was rather a rather pathetic jig too I might add. It was a lot of fun, and now we all will turn in soon and sleep, sleep, and sleep some more. The final Christmas filmed I already mentioned as being Ernest Saves Christmas. Traditionally we have always watched it on Christmas Eve for as long as I can remember. I love this film, and it is perhaps my most favorite Christmas themed film of all time. Despite the fact that it is severely date, I love this film and recommend it to all people. Jim Varney as Ernest is at his greatest and best in this film, although in Ernest Rides Again he delivers my own personal favorite performance. Well Merry Christmas everyone; good and pleasant tiding to all...the people of our world really need them.
Ernest Saves Christmas clip 1
Ernest Saves Christmas clip 2