Members of the Uncovered groups and Cook Something on Facebook contributed recipes to this last-minute project.
A silly video to the music of “I am too sexy” by Right Said Fred featuring clips from various science fiction TV shows. This was made in 2005 and shared to the Internet Archive.
Director and cook – Ilana
Editing and Bitching – Di
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The 1954 Christmas episode of “The Liberace Show.” The episode contains him mostly playing the piano with a handful of singing moments. There is more clips and episodes at the Moving Image Archive.
This had me laughing out loud.
It is exchanges like this that make me love Tumblr. Facebook commenters could learn a lot from Tumblerkind.
After last Christmas, it occurred to us that most of the kids in the family are grown now – some even married – so it might be a good time to revisit how we handle Christmas gifts and keep spending under control. What we decided to do was go to a Secret Santa system for anyone over 18 who wants to participate while letting people shop however they want for the kids.
Having never organized a Secret Santa before, I immediately started digging (that’s what I do) into variations to determine how we wanted to do this thing. It did not take long to find tools that make this whole process easier.
The one we have settled on is Boogspace’s Secret Santa Generator. It is free and offers everything we needed. It allows you to add your list – along with special features to control for people who should not be shopping for each other – and have the drawing and notification (by SMS or Email) done right from the standalone tool. Nobody has to register on the site — not even the organizer. (more…)