My New Year's gift to you, dear friends. Here are some videos from YouTube to make you smile.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
|Our parrot, Gracie, is mesmerized by Christmas.|
Merriam-Webster: 1. archaic : giving pleasure (delightful) 2. full of gaiety or high spirits (mirthful) 3. marked by festivity or gaiety 4. quick, brisk (a merry pace)
Macmillan: 1. British informal: slightly drunk 2. old-fashioned: happy and lively
American Heritage: 1. full of high-spirited gaiety; jolly 2. marked by or offering fun and gaiety; festive 3. archaic: delightful; entertaining 4. brisk
Collins English Dictionary 1. cheerful; jolly 2. very funny; hilarious 3. Brit. informal slightly drunk 4. archaic delightful
Farlex Trivia Dictionary "First meant 'peaceful' or 'pleasant,' which is what it first meant in "Merry Christmas."
|Photo taken from our kitchen window.|
|With Tyler, who loves Christmas Day.|