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December 23, 2012


Hahaha nice one Patrick:)

Ha, perfect! The December my son was four, he said to me, from the back of the car, "You know, the Easter Bunny doesn't make sense at all. Why would a rabbit have eggs? And how does a rabbit get into your house? I don't believe it." I was completely braced for the ongoing conversation but it took a another year before he said, "Is Santa Claus real?" I answered with "You know, I promised myself that I would never lie to you, but before I answer the question, I want to know if you really want to know," to which he said, with a sigh, "I was afraid of that." Much to my surprise, though, Christmas has been a lot more fun without the myth.

Love it!

Awesome. You know, I think the New Yorker might be hiring . . .

Hahahahahaaa! Love it!

Heh. Also can I just say how wonderful it still is to see your new posts popping up so often. Love your work!

That is seriously awesome. I love Patrick.

I love his sense of humour. Go Patrick.

That's hilarious! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas!


This was awesome.

Why isn't this on his blog? I keep checking it, hoping for more Patrick. Good one though!


More Patrick blog! More Patrick blog!

Awesome, Patrick!

Just thinking, how would P feel about this going viral on FB ?!

Patrick gets a gold star for that one!!

So funny! Patrick definitely makes better jokes than I do. Merry Christmas!

Wait, what? Patrick has his own blog? URL please? I must update my reader.... (And this cartoon is hilarious.)


Hilarious. Merry Christmas!

I always told my kids when they asked that Santa was real to the children who believed in him and if you wanted to stop believing, that was fine. When a child no longer believes, the rule is parents take over the purchasing of presents. That was my way of explaining why Bobby down the road, who does not believe in Santa, still gets presents.

Wonderful Patrick. Merry Christmas to all the Hippogriffs.

Pitch perfect, Patrick!


Hilarious! And just what my kids were afraid of since I kept the goodies in the closet this year to spare them from the remodeling. Remodeling destroys everything else so when you walk in your new bathroom you have to stop and go, "Oh my gosh this is AWESOME!"

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