Ha ha! I woke up to eat some cookies at midnight...just in case!!
Hell, just have desert for entree, main and supper!
I'd still always find time to stuff another biscuit in my mouth!
Hahaha! BF & I have been doing this for years. He says that at our age, we might not make it till desert time.
Life is short; eat dessert first. I'm still here, I wonder if they cancelled the end of the world?
Hahaha...love the vintage image for this!I'm still here. Is there a specific time the end of the world will occur?
Too cute...dessert it is!! Thanks for the smiles Jane!
oooh, if the end is coming I must stuff myself on tones of cheese! Melted cheese, baked cheese, breaded cheese... I wanna go with cheese :)
I don't knbow about dessert but as I was lying in bed listening to the countdown to 6:11 am (kaboom time here in Ontario) I was wishing I had a coffee! :D
I with Dezmond, I'll go with cheese! Yum. And with Francie! (I was awake myself.)
Oh, I didn't realize that the End of the World was tied to the moment of the Winter Solstice. I thought it could come at any time during the full day of December 21st. Still lots of time to worry!
I'm goin' whole hog and havin' whipped cream on my latte today baby!!!!
Very cute!!! Just for interest, there's an article in the November/December issue of Archaeology, titled "The Maya Sense of Time". It presents information that shows that while the one cycle of of time (the Long Count) is ending, there are many other cycles that will continue. There are so many calendars within calendars in the Mayan system and I think people don't realize that. Tellingly, the modern day Mayans of Guatemala, who still have "Daykeepers" who maintain the 260 day ritual calendar, find it strange that people think some sort of apocalyse is going to happen (and actually it would be on December 23, because the modern calendar has shifted 2 days later than the ancient one). They believe the world dies each day when the suns sets and also when the crops are harvested. In other words the world is constantly dying and it's the "Daykeeper's" job to make sure things get going again.
Well, thank goodness for the Daykeepers :) Thanks for this Dianne, very intriguing history and I hope all my visitors take the time to read your comments. I had heard something about the Mayans finding all this fear mongering very strange. We were just chuckling here that it looks like I'm going to have to cook that turkey after all...!
But of course!
I heard we have until midnight tonight to know for sure, just in case it's our last day, I had pumpkin pie with whipped cream, for breakfast!
I usually have dessert first, anyway, but since the world didn't end today, I have to now actually make plans for the weekend.
:-)Excellent !Happy new year !Pierre
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