Moss, is humor writer from Tennessee. She writes a
weekly human interest column about daily life and the funny
things that happen to everyone.
She has written for the Daily News of Kingsport, Griffin Journal,
Oakridge Now, Atlanta Woman Magazine, Aberdeen Examiner, Angleton
Advocate, and Smyrna AM, a supplement of the Murfreesboro Daily News
Journal. She has been
published by Voyageur Press, McGraw Hill, and the good folks
at Guidepost Books. Her articles have appeared in
numerous anthologies and other publications, both in print and online.
She is a
former board member and past Editor of the Columnists.com, website of the National Society of Newspaper
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for columnists. She is the Web Editor of
Humorists.com and a founder of the Southern Humorists writers'
organization. She is writer, editor, and webmaster of HumorColumnist.com.
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watching, please donít do anything to embarrass him.
Christmas spirit is a mysterious force that causes people to max
out their credit cards.
Iím dreaming of a white Christmas - so wake me up if I start
shoveling the driveway.
I believe in Santa Claus, but Santa believes in Toys R Us.
Donít look a gift horse in the mouth -- gift horses have
You canít string more lights outside than your redneck
neighbor -- donít even try.
The best things come in small packages, so why do large packages
look so much better under the Christmas tree?
Thereís no place like home for the holidays -- but Iíd still
rather go to Hawaii.
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. For the rest
of the year you are on your own.
Thereís nothing as good as an old-fashioned Christmas, except
maybe a new-fangled electronic toy.
Here comes Santa Claus -- tracking soot all over the rug again.
If you forget to leave cookies & milk, Santa also accepts
The closer we get to Christmas, the longer the kidís ďI
wantĒ list becomes.
You will always get the most Christmas cards from the people you
If you canít remember where you hid the Christmas presents,
ask the kids.
If motherís way is best, let her assemble the bicycle.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow Ė in other words - Let
it slush, let it melt, let it freeze!
Regardless of the laws of physics, the living room shrinks when
you put up a Christmas tree.
A perfectly symmetrical tree will always be lopsided when you
get it home.
If it werenít for dry fruitcake, what would we have to
The Christmas lights always work perfectly until you put them on
If you find the perfect gift, you can depend on it being
half-price after Christmas.
The more you clean house, the larger the wrapping paper storm on
Itís easy to wrap a prefect gift, especially if you let the
department store do it.
The harder you are trying to diet, the greater the likelihood
youíll get candy as a gift.
Of course, Iíve been good -- but donít quote me on that.
Christmas is for children, but you better get your spouse
Christmas comes but once a year, but the bills come every day
Whoever said Christmas is a time of joy, obviously didnít have
any relatives visiting..
Remember, itís the thought that counts-- so why do we look for
a price tag?
Famous last words -- I have plenty of time left to shop before
Copyright 2004 Sheila Moss
Nashville, TN 37219
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