If getting a picture with Santa is important to you, I'm going to put my psychotherapist hat on to give you these 10 suggestions for making your session go as smoothly as it can.
In a TMFS sketch, we have an exclusive interview with the guy who got really upset that his Starbucks coffee cup did not have "Christmas" on it.
During the holidays we often end up cooking and serving for 20, even if we are just 8 people having a Christmas lunch. It's the same procedure as every year: we cook and serve too much, we overfeed ourselves - and we overfeed our garbage cans.
It doesn't make you Satan to purchase coffee from a place that doesn't celebrate Christmas, if that's even the point they are trying to make. News flash: Jesus died. You can handle a blank red cup. Stop looking for ways to be offended.
I've found in life there are many, many things we become better people by having patience about. Crazy Christians who want to make a coffee cup a symbol of their "oppression" are not one of those things.
By turning Christmas into a battle over ideology and marketing, we -- not Starbucks or Target or anybody else -- strip this holiest of days of the very significance we're claiming to defend.
These continual strident, shouting, red-faced rebuttals to Atheists and non-Christians and corporations are doing exponentially more harm than good. When did the Good News of Jesus become a massive middle finger to anyone who doesn't believe what we believe?
My faith is just destroyed if I don't get my Venti Blonde Roast with room for milk in a cup that features the name of my Lord and Savior.
If you're still having trouble getting to sleep since the clock change, put that extra hour to good use, by DIYing your way to a better home 60 minutes at a time! In fact, these brilliant ideas from Hometalk bloggers are a quick way to spruce up your living space any time of long.
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