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Multiple Choice Christmas

Alert Reader Julie sent me this cute variation on a theme.

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11 Marmots and Texas
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05 Multiple Choice
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10 Sing a Song
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Well, here we are at the end of 2004, hoping our holiday greetings reach you before the holiday is over.

Rick and I are still
  1. married
  2. speaking
  3. breathing

For the most part, Rick is healthy and
  1. no longer flat on his back from a ruptured disk
  2. successfully avoided SARS on 4 trips to China this year
  3. hasn't fallen asleep at the wheel yet on his weekly 7 hour commute to and from Iowa

Julie is
  1. still employed part-time
  2. busy at the end of each week trying to make it look like she accomplished something before Rick arrives home Friday evening
  3. appreciating anti-depressants

Frankie is
  1. enjoying fourth grade
  2. into Lemony Snicket, playing volleyball, singing in the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music choir
  3. threatening to run off and join the circus

Looking ahead to 2005, we wish you
  1. the happiest of holidays
  2. a healthy and prosperous New Year

All our love to you,
Julie, Rick and Frankie

All of the above multiple choice answers are true, but Frankie hasn't yet threatened to join the circus. We expect that may happen when puberty kicks in.

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