Anyway, Katyabug is our hostess with the mostest this week and here is her mandate:
In the spirit of the season I would like to see your favorite Christmas tree ornament. Not to be confused with the WHOLE tree. I want you to zoom in and show me one or a few(you know I can't choose just one!) of your favorite ornaments. If you don't decorate a tree, show me your menorah or dreidel, Kinara, or Yule Log. I want to see your favorite decoration for this holiday season.
Well, well, well. As you may know, we don't celebrate Christmas in our home, but since Lady K left me the perfect out, I will show you my fully lit menorah. Yes, I posted this photo before, but it was good the first time, so I figured it would be good again.
This is how it will look Tuesday night when it is full of candles and flickering flames:
The only real requirement for a Hanukkah menorah is that it should have nine candles (one for each night and a "helper" candle to light the others). Additionally, the "helper" candle position should be higher than the other eight.
My menorah is very traditional looking, but when I was thinking about my Fun Monday post, I started poking around. Gotta love the internet, ya know? You can find ANYTHING there.
(Shoes! Who doesn't like shoes!)
(Perfect for my coffee addiction)
(I have nothing to say about this. It's a moose. Sheesh)
But my official Interplanetary Janet Weird Menorah Award for 2007 goes to:
The Goldfish Menorah! Seriously, who would ... oh never mind.
Now go here for the other Fun Monday participants. That's where I'll be if you're looking for me.