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The Everyday Wisdom Newsletter Dec. 2010
December 01, 2010

2010


Dec. 01, 2010




December is here and we come to the end of yet another year. The staff at Everyday- Wisdom would like to take this time to say thank you for your continued support. It has been a fantastic year for us. We have experienced a phenomenal growth rate in our new viewers, returning readers as well as the number of pages viewed. In all these categories we have almost doubled the totals since last year at this time.. Since we have started this adventure we have had almost 1.5 million pages viewed. One of our main concerns is to add content which is interesting and enjoyable for our readers. We are always open for your ideas and suggestions. As we celebrate Christmas this year we feel like it is our time honored and religious holiday that we choose to celebrate, so we say Merry Christmas to you our friends.

Special days in December

Dec 1st Liberation Day, Day With(out) Art Day
Dec 2nd Safety Razor Day
Dec.3rd International Day of Disabled Persons
Dec. 4th Extraordinary Work Team Recognition Day
Dec. 5th National Bathtub Party Day, National Communicate With Your Kids Day
Dec. 6th Most Boring Celebrities of the Year Day
Dec. 7th Pearl Harbor Day,
Dec.10th Human Rights Day
Dec.11th Day of the Horse, International Shareware Day
Dec. 12th Gingerbread House Day, National Children's Memorial Day
Dec. 13th Pick A Pathologist Pal Day
Dec. 15th Bill of Rights Day
Dec. 17th Wright Brothers Day, Underdog Day
Dec.18th International Migrants Day
Dec.21st. Forefathers Day. Humbug Day, World Peace, First Day of Winter
Dec 25th

Merry Christmas

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Birthdays in Dec

Dec. 1st Richard Pryor (70) Lee Trevino (71)
Dec. 2nd Britney Spears (29) Lucy Lui (42)
Dec. 3rd Daryl Hanna (50) Ozzy Osbourne (62)
Dec. 4th Tyra Banks (37) Wink Martindale (76)
Dec 5th John Rzenik (45)
Dec 6th Andrew Cuomo (53)
Dec 7th Johnny Bence (63)
Dec 8th Teri Hatcher (46) Flip Wilson (77)
Dec 9th. Donny Osmond (53) John Malkovitch (57)
Dec.10th Susan Dey (58)
Dec 11th Teri Garr (61) Brenda Lee (66)
Dec 12th Dionne Warwick (69) Connie Francis (72)
Dec 13th Taylor Swift (21) Ted Nugent (62)
Dec.14th Patty Duke (64)
Dec 15th Tim Conway (77)
Dec.16th William Refrigerator Perry(48)
Dec. 8th Katie Holmes (32) brad Pitt (47)
Dec 19th Robert Urich (64)
Dec.21st Samuel L Jackson (62)
Dec.22nd Diane Sawyer (65)
Dec. 23rd Susan Lucci (64)
Dec. 25th Sissy Spacek (61) Barbara Mandrell (62) Jimmy Buffett (64)
Dec. 27th Cokie Roberts (67)
Dec. 28th Denzel Washington (56)
Dec. 29th Mary Talor Moore (74)
Dec.30th Tiger Woods (35) Tracey Ullman (51) Davey Jones (65)
Dec. 31st Donna Summer (62) Anthony Hopkins (72)

Here is a Fantastic Christmas Poem.

h4>Here is a Fantastic Christmas Poem.

Jest 'Fore Christmas

Eugene Field

Father calls me William, sister calls me Will,
Mother calls me Willie, but the fellers call me Bill!
Mighty glad I ain't a girl ruther be a boy,
Without them sashes, curls, an'things that's worn by Fauntleroy!

Love to chawnk green apples an' go swimmin' in the lake
Hate to take the castor-ile they give for belly-ache! 'Most all
the time, the whole year round,there ain't no flies on me,
But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be!

Got a yeller dog named Sport, sick him on the cat;
First thing she knows she doesn't know where she is at!
Got a clipper sled, an' when us kids goes out to slide,
'Long comes the grocery cart, an' we all hook a ride!

But sometimes when the grocery man is worried an cross,
He reaches at us with his whip, an' larrups up his hoss
An' then I laff an' holler,"Oh, ye never teched me!"
But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be!

Gran'ma says she hopes that when I git to be a man,
I'll be a missionarer like her oldest brother, Dan,
As was et up by the cannibals that live in Ceylon's Isle,
Where every prospeck pleases, an' only man is vile!'

But gran'ma she has never been to see a Wild West show,
Nor read the life of Daniel Boone, or else I guess she'd know
That Buff'lo Bill an' cowboys is good enough for me!
Except' jest 'fore Christmas, when I'm as good as I kin be!

And then old Sport he hangs around, so solemn-like an' still,
His eyes they seem a-sayin':"What's the matter, little Bill?"
The old cat sneaks down off her perch an' wonders what's become
Of them two enemies of hern that used to make things hum!

But I am so perlite an' tend so earnestly to biz,
that mother says to father: "How improved our Willie is!,"
But father, havin' been a boy hisself, suspicions me
When, jest 'fore Christmas, I'm as good as I kin be!

For Christmas, with its lots an' lots of candies, cakes, an' toys,
Was made, they say, for proper kids an' not for naughty boys;
So wash yer face an' bresh yer hair, an' mind yer p's and q's,
And don't bust out yer pantaloons, and don't wear out yer shoes;

Say "Yessum" to the ladies, and "Yessur" to the men,
An when they's company, don't pass yer plate for pie again;
But, thinkin' of the things yer'd like to see upon that tree,
Jest 'fore Christmas be as good as yer kin be!



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    Mighty glad I ain't a girl ruther be a boy, Without them sashes, curls, an'things that's worn by Fauntleroy!

    Love to chawnk green apples an' go swimmin' in the lake Hate to take the castor-ile they give for belly-ache! 'Most all the time, the whole year round,there ain't no flies on me, But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be!

    Got a yeller dog named Sport, sick him on the cat; First thing she knows she doesn't know where she is at! Got a clipper sled, an' when us kids goes out to slide, 'Long comes the grocery cart, an' we all hook a ride!

    But sometimes when the grocery man is worried an cross, He reaches at us with his whip, an' larrups up his hoss An' then I laff an' holler,"Oh, ye never teched me!" But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be!

    Gran'ma says she hopes that when I git to be a man, I'll be a missionarer like her oldest brother, Dan, As was et up by the cannibals that live in Ceylon's Isle, Where every prospeck pleases, an' only man is vile!'

    But gran'ma she has never been to see a Wild West show, Nor read the life of Daniel Boone, or else I guess she'd know That Buff'lo Bill an' cowboys is good enough for me! Except' jest 'fore Christmas, when I'm as good as I kin be!

    And then old Sport he hangs around, so solemn-like an' still, His eyes they seem a-sayin':"What's the matter, little Bill?" The old cat sneaks down off her perch an' wonders what's become Of them two enemies of hern that used to make things hum!

    But I am so perlite an' tend so earnestly to biz, that mother says to father: "How improved our Willie is!," But father, havin' been a boy hisself, suspicions me When, jest 'fore Christmas, I'm as good as I kin be!

    For Christmas, with its lots an' lots of candies, cakes, an' toys, Was made, they say, for proper kids an' not for naughty boys; So wash yer face an' bresh yer hair, an' mind yer p's and q's, And don't bust out yer pantaloons, and don't wear out yer shoes;

    Say "Yessum" to the ladies, and "Yessur" to the men, An when they's company, don't pass yer plate for pie again; But, thinkin' of the things yer'd like to see upon that tree, Jest 'fore Christmas be as good as yer kin be!



    For more great Poems visit our

  • Poetry Index Page

    Mother calls me Willie, but the fellers call me Bill! Mighty glad I ain't a girl ruther be a boy, Without them sashes, curls, an'things that's worn by Fauntleroy!

    Love to chawnk green apples an' go swimmin' in the lake Hate to take the castor-ile they give for belly-ache! 'Most all the time, the whole year round,there ain't no flies on me, But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be!

    Got a yeller dog named Sport, sick him on the cat; First thing she knows she doesn't know where she is at! Got a clipper sled, an' when us kids goes out to slide, 'Long comes the grocery cart, an' we all hook a ride!

    But sometimes when the grocery man is worried an cross, He reaches at us with his whip, an' larrups up his hoss An' then I laff an' holler,"Oh, ye never teched me!" But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good as I kin be!

    Gran'ma says she hopes that when I git to be a man, I'll be a missionarer like her oldest brother, Dan, As was et up by the cannibals that live in Ceylon's Isle, Where every prospeck pleases, an' only man is vile!'

    But gran'ma she has never been to see a Wild West show, Nor read the life of Daniel Boone, or else I guess she'd know That Buff'lo Bill an' cowboys is good enough for me! Except' jest 'fore Christmas, when I'm as good as I kin be!

    And then old Sport he hangs around, so solemn-like an' still, His eyes they seem a-sayin':"What's the matter, little Bill?" The old cat sneaks down off her perch an' wonders what's become Of them two enemies of hern that used to make things hum!

    But I am so perlite an' tend so earnestly to biz, that mother says to father: "How improved our Willie is!," But father, havin' been a boy hisself, suspicions me When, jest 'fore Christmas, I'm as good as I kin be!

    For Christmas, with its lots an' lots of candies, cakes, an' toys, Was made, they say, for proper kids an' not for naughty boys; So wash yer face an' bresh yer hair, an' mind yer p's and q's, And don't bust out yer pantaloons, and don't wear out yer shoes;

    Say "Yessum" to the ladies, and "Yessur" to the men, An when they's company, don't pass yer plate for pie again; But, thinkin' of the things yer'd like to see upon that tree, Jest 'fore Christmas be as good as yer kin be!



    For more great Poems visit our

  • Poetry Index Page

    Please take a moment of your time to sing happy birthday to all of these great people. Most importantly if it is your birthday we wish you many many more.

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    We try to match up some of our articles with the time of the year, here are a few that you might find of interest to you.

  • First Aid For Frostbite
  • Making The Perfect Chocolate Cake!
  • Coffee Is More Than A Drink It's A Lifestyle
  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Networking
  • Clothing and Accessories Discounts and Sales


    Some humor to start the month off right.



    Why Dogs Are Better Than Kids


    Why Dogs Are Better Than Kids

    It doesn't take 45 minutes to get a dog ready to go outside in the winter.

    Dogs cannot lie.

    Dogs never resist nap time.

    You don't need to get extra phone lines for a dog.

    Dogs don't pester you about getting a kid.

    Dogs don't care if the peas have been touched by the mashed potatoes.

    Dogs are housebroken by the time they are 12 weeks old.

    Your dog is not embarrassed if you sing in public.

    Average cost of sending a dog to school: $42

    Average cost of sending a kid: $103,000




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