On the Night Before Christmas (Sort of! But animated!)

Last post before the 25th. (Sorry, if you’ve seen before – a reposting, but you know, animations, as crude as mine are, are difficult!)

Have a very happy holiday!

Please keep in mind today all those far from home. If you are a U.S. citizen or resident, I ask you, especially, to keep in your minds and hearts the troops serving still in Afghanistan and all over the world. We send them there and sometimes forget the very real hardships they and their families suffer. Their sacrifices and courage cannot be denied (no matter your political views.) I send them today best wishes for their safe and rapid return home.

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15 Comments on “On the Night Before Christmas (Sort of! But animated!)”

  1. Mary Says:

    Very cute animation. And yes, good reminder to remember the troops afar.

  2. brian miller Says:

    smiles….very nice…and i am def thinking of those overseas…my nephew leaves right after the first of the year…and those without a home as well…merry christmas k…

  3. claudia Says:

    oh smiles…this was lovely..and thanks for thinking of the soldiers as well…so tough to be apart from the fam for christmas..

  4. Thanks for the reminder!

  5. Sabio Lantz Says:

    Yeah ! Great spoons on glasses and a magic disappearing elephant — all the images from my childhood Christmases!
    That twas fun.
    I worked for a few years with Iraq and Afghan vets — I was one of the guys screening them for TBI and suicidal/homocidal ideation. So the interviews were intense. Safe in our homes, we usually can’t imagine what throwing someone into hell can do to a mind.

    I have family going and coming too.

    Hope you had a good break

  6. Rallentanda Says:

    Ha…loved it. Merry Christmas!

  7. Grace Says:

    Cute animation K ~ Wishing you and your family peaceful holiday ~

  8. Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family! πŸ™‚

    Greetings from London.

  9. Is there no end to your talent, Karin?! Just delightful. I love your elephants.

  10. Luke Prater Says:

    I didn’t know you did animation… that was cute. The bells felt like stark counterpoint to the visual, bringing your message of bearing in mind the hardships of the troops and families (yes, no matter what our politics)

  11. ayala Says:

    Lovely. Hope you had a merry Christmas and wishing you a happy New Year.

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