Thursday, December 27, 2012

Boxing Day: noun

Celebrated on Dec. 26 in Great Britain and commonwealth nations like Canada and Australia, this day is when the affluent in society express gratitude by exchanging gifts with the less fortunate. Gifts can consist of food, money or other household items
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I kept reading about Boxing Day yesterday and then ran across this cutie:
 

10 comments:

Annie said...

Hehehe I love your pic.
Hubby has had to pop into work for a few hours this morning so I'm managing a bit of catching up with my blogging friends :-)
Hope you have a really creative New Year.
Hugs,
A x

Francesca said...

what a great picture. Thank you for your comments on WOYWW, my mum is low fat and dad is sugar free so not too many calories. Thought you may have snow following all the storms I have been seeing on the TV. Happy New year to you and yours. love francescca

BJ said...

Well there you go, I never knew that! It has always just been a holiday to me, St Stephen's day and a sporting day with many "hunts" in the countryside. (Dad used to live on Dartmoor so this was a common pass time).
Hugs BJ

Mary Pat Siehl said...

ok that is too funny!! love it

Ali said...

Hee! That is an awesome picture! :D

Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog - the kids in the photo are my daughters though, not my grandaughters! :lol: They had LOTS of fun with lots of presents.

Hope you had a good Christmas in rainy North Carolina. :)

Ali

Katie said...

Hahaha, you know, I never quite knew what boxing day was. But now I do! And I love that picture!

Rita said...

LOLOL! Really cute! :)

Redanne said...

Great pic Sandee. Like some others I did not know how Boxing Day came about but I do like celebrating it! Hugs, Anne x

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Great picture. My cats would like it known that they are part of the less fortunate and would appreciate gifts of food, tuna, food, and more food, because they are starving, just ask them. Anyway, I feel enlightened. I thought Boxing Day was their equivalent of the after Christmas day shopping, only more civilized (no actual boxing taking place).

scrappyjen said...

Very cute pic! And how can you not have heard of Gary Barlow!?! Visit my blog again for photos and a little video clip! I had a great time. Happy scrappy christmas, jenx