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Beverly

I love those. I got all the carols except one. I'll go back and think.

I love the number ones too. Some come quickly. Some take longer. I'll have to work on some of those.

Fun!

Tara R.

I think I got all the songs too, except #17. I have to ponder a little longer on that one.

I'll have to try that one on my kids, see how they do.

Darlene

I was feeling so clever because I got all of the carols without working up a sweat and then you had to go deflate my ego with the numbers.. Some are easy, but most are impossible. :-(

Mamacita

I do these with my students every year! Holler if you want s'more of 'em!

Kay Dennison

Whoo! I hadn't done these in a while! Great fun!!! Thank for jogging my poor old memory!

1. White Christmas 2. Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire 3. All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth 4. Oh Holy Night 5. It Came upon a Midnight Clear 6. Oh Come All Ye Faithful 7. Away in a Manger 8. Deck the Halls 9. Little Drummer Boy 10. We Three Kings 11. Silent Night 12. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 13. Santa Clause Is Coming to Town 14. Frozen Precipitation Commence 15. Go Tell It on the Mountain 16. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer 17. What Child Is This? 18. Joy To The World 19. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 20. The 12 Days of Christmas


A. 26 = Letters of the Alphabest B. 7 = W of the AW C. 1,001 = Arabian Nights D. 12 = Signs of the Zodiac E. 54 = Cards in a Deck (with the Jokers) F. 9 = Planets in the Solar System G. 88 = Piano Keys H. 13 = Stripes on the American Flag I. 32 = Degrees Fahrenheit at which Water freezes J. 18 = Holes on the Golf Course K. 90 = Degrees in a Right Angle L. 200 = Dollars for Passing Go in Monopoly M. 8 = Sides on a Stop Sign N. 3 = Blind Mice (See How They Run) O. 4 = Quarts in a Gallon P. 24 = Hours in a Day Q. 1 = Wheel on a Unicycle R. 5 = Digits in a Zip Code S. 57 = Heinz Varieties T. 11 = Players on a Football Team U. 1,000 = What a Picture is Worth V. 29 = Days in February in a Leap Year W. 64 = Squares on a Checkerboard X. 40 = Days and Nights of the Great Flood Y. 100 = Bottles of Beer on the Wall Z. 31 = Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Flavors

storyteller

Ah ... reminds me that I did something like this the first Christmas I was blogging and drove YOU nuts with one or two. I've copied the clues and will try to find some time to think about them sometime soon. Thanks for giving us something to do with our copious spare time during the holidays ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Hattie

Funny how the answers pop into place after first seeming impossible.
Good for unsticking the mind. Thanks, Joy.

kenju

I've done both of those before, so I won't cheat and do them again. They were fun, though!

Merle

Dear Joy ~ I did reasonably well with the carols, less so with the numbers, AND What Spare Time.
Thanks for your e mail about the Bill Gates checks. It sounded too good to be true, so I should have checked it out. Thanks for setting me straight. Take good care dear friend and have a wonderfl Christmas
and the Happiest New Year ever in 2010. Much love, Merle.

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