Raindrops on roses, bright copper kettles, and warm woolen mittens, brown paper packages tied up with string…a few of my FAVORITE THINGS
The chicklets are getting old Chickmas pictures out to get the ball rolling on Chickmas. They don’t like thanksgiving, or November. They celebrate turkeys, of course, but they know how many birds are slaughtered so that people can eat them. That’s why they usually jump right to Chickmas. So the Halloween guests have left, except for a few stragglers, and Chickmas music can be heard now and then, as the chicklets get together with their committees to plan for the next big event.