|Posted by Anna H. on December 13, 2015 at 2:40 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Have you done any Christmas shopping yet? I still have at least 3 more family members to shop for within the next several days or so. Then, I'll be finished.
Yesterday, I mostly shopped for my family, while battling with another cold. When I was shopping yesterday, I did NOT have any coughing fits. However, I tend to cough like crazy, whenever I'm at home. Isn't that a little strange?
Something says I will have to go back to the hospital again, this month. I dread having to go back and be prescribed another antibiotic just before Christmas. Since we are on the topic of Christmas, it really doesn't seem like it's that time of the year. Our weather in WI definitely factors into this month.
Not that I'm complaining, but our temperatures are above their averages for this time of the year. We barely had any snow these last 2 months. Considering that our house remains to be under construction, it's refreshing not having to go outside at 3 am to shovel piles of snow.
Meanwhile, I have another animated Christmas short for you all, dating back to the 1930's. It was actually created in 1936 to be more exact. Fleischer Studios released the Christmas animated short, Christmas Comes But Once A Year.
Christmas Comes But Once A Year was created by the same animators of Betty Boop. In fact, the character, Professor Grampy was featured in this holiday short from the Betty Boop franchise.
Grampy is shown building Christmas toys out of household appliances for the children at the orphanage. He also puts on a Santa Claus costume and builds a Christmas tree out of green umbrellas for the orphans.
Rather than explain this entire animated short, here is Christmas Comes But Once A Year for today's Cartoon Sunday.
Christmas Comes But Once A Year (1936)
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Categories: Cartoon Sunday