2011 was a pretty good year for us. Last December, we were running this blog at work when nobody was looking. Now we run it for work. It’s pretty grand.
This year has been a dream come true for both Daniel and myself, but it doesn’t happen unless people decide, for whatever reason, that our blog is worth frequenting. Thank you for that. You have no idea what it means to us.
We’ll be taking the weekend off to spend time with our wives and families, but we just wanted to wish everyone who visits PITB on a regular basis a merry Christmas and happy holidays.
As for you casual readers… same to you as well. But only because it’s Christmas.
If you’re bored, why not enjoy Roberto Luongo’s 10 best animated gifs of 2011, or read about the time Daniel Sedin missed six weeks of hockey filling in for Mrs. Clause, only to wind up watching as his brother Henrik used an overdose of Santa magic to win the Art Ross and the Hart? Daniel’s Worst Christmas is the only Canuck-related holiday poem you’ll ever need.
We’ll be back Monday with our usual year-end stuff — the top 50 Canuck goals of 2011 countdown, the year in review — and of course, plenty of ridiculous nonsense that someone will make the mistake of taking much too seriously.
In the meantime, we got you a present:
Hope you like it. I wrapped it myself.
And finally, to quote the words of the philosopher Don Cherry: “ALWAYS REMEMBER: DECEMBER 25TH. BABY JESUS. BORN.“Tags: Christmas