Hello everyone! Just dropping in on the Catspit Blog to say Merry Christmas and provide you all with some necessary Christmas web links. As the holiday approaches we often forget to do the most important thing; make sure our kid’s letters get to Santa. If you forgot to take care of that this year then take advantage of the internet and email Santa here. Did you want to have a sing along at your Christmas party but you forgot to learn how to play an instrument? Maybe you don’t know all the words to the best Christmas songs. Have no fear, the massive internet is here! See the word and sing along to some digital holiday music here.
Alright, how about those entertainment plans for those down times between holiday food treats and family events? Once again the solution is here on the world wide web. Just play some Christmas games whenever you get bored, (or you can visit Catspit Productions online and learn how to screen print!).
Oh wait, you wanted to screen print something with Christmas art on it, yes? Then check this holiday art collection. Ah, now you need an XXXmas outfit for your wife to wear, no? Just make sure you stop by this website after you shop for the wife’s outfit. Hehe… now you want to be all spiritual don’t you? Then just stop by this website and get some heavenly help at Christmas prayers.
Here are some fun Christmas facts:
– During the Christmas buying season, Visa cards alone are used an average of 5,340 times every minute in the USA.
– Christmas became a national holiday in America on June, 26, 1870.
– The twelve days of Christmas are the days between Christmas Day and Epiphany, (6th of January), and represent the length of time it took for the wise men from the East to visit the manger of Jesus after his birth.
– An average household in America will mail 28 Christmas cards each year and see 28 eight cards return in their place.
– As early as 1822, the postmaster in Washington, D.C. was worried by the amount of extra mail at Christmas time. His preferred solution to the problem was to limit by law the number of cards a person could send. Even though commercial cards were not available at that time, people were already sending many home-made cards.
– Christmas trees are edible. Many parts of pines, spruces, and firs can be eaten. The needles are a good source of vitamin C.
As you can plainly see the internet has everything you need for your 2010 Christmas holiday. And if you can’t find it, Google can! Happy Chanukah! Happy Kwanzaa! And Merry Christmas with good luck to all who screenprint at home or otherwise! Just in case I left anyone out…. Happy Holidays to all and best wishes!