A bit of Christmas whimsy

Russ Vaughn
For AT readers, may I offer just a bit of human whimsy for the Christmas holidays?

I just spoke with an old friend in Florida, himself now in his eighties, and when my wife and I complained about the seemingly never-ending process of cleaning out her recently deceased parents' home, he provided a humorous topper. While doing the same for his own deceased mother some twenty years ago he found a large box chock full of short snippets of Christmas ribbons. It was labeled:

Ribbons too short to save...

That's a momma for you...

For AT readers, may I offer just a bit of human whimsy for the Christmas holidays?

I just spoke with an old friend in Florida, himself now in his eighties, and when my wife and I complained about the seemingly never-ending process of cleaning out her recently deceased parents' home, he provided a humorous topper. While doing the same for his own deceased mother some twenty years ago he found a large box chock full of short snippets of Christmas ribbons. It was labeled:

Ribbons too short to save...

That's a momma for you...