Thursday, December 24, 2009

11th Day of Hanuchristmakwanzakah: American Red Cross

Oh my gosh... it's snowing! And the best part, it isn't freezing to the ground. As of now, driving is safe. There is nothing like a white Christmas... I'm having a personal "White Christmas" movie marathon here with my family. I'll admit it... it's my all time favorite holiday movie. Who can resist the musical stylings of Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye.

For now, I am taking a break and drinking some hot cocoa well I get ready to sing our holiday spectacular, "12 Days of Hanuchristmakwanzakah."

Mistro, please start the band.

On the eleventh day of Hanuchristmakwanzakah, the American Red Cross advised me
Buckle up your seat-belt
Lower heating bills
Heat your home safely
Designate a drive
Save a life
Avoid danger while cooking
Red Cross train your babysitterrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!
Prevent hypothermia
Don't spread the flu
Please drive safely
And prepare my vehicle for traveling!

Before you head out on the snowy road, my preparedness friends, please make sure everyone's safety-belt is buckled. Each person in your vehicle should have their seat-belts securely fastened before driving off in your car, sleigh, or whatever you are driving these days.. Ensure children are buckled up and their car seats are installed appropriately based on their age and size. Children 12 and under should always sit in the backseat.

Have a happy holiday and get ready for our last tip of the day!

For the dog lovers out there...

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