It’s only one day from the best Christmas Sweater of them all. Get the bubbly chilled but don’t break it out just yet. Christmas Sweater #24 depicts the triumphant return of Santa’s sleigh to the North Pole following a whirlwhind trip around the earth. This begs to question, with a workshop that can literally produce any product on earth, what does one get the man who has everything? And haven’t the reindeer done enough? You’d think they’d want to be stabled for the night to sleep off their ultra-marathon. But no, the festivities have just begun for them and it’s time to hang their own stockings and decorate their individual trees because as everyone knows, Christmas for Santa is on the 26th.

Trashy styling of the picture and the button left open to scratch my belly as a nod to one particular night at the Proletariat last year. And as a thanks to Monica, Denise Ramos and all of the members of The Proletariat, without whom, 2007 would have been much healthier and MUCH less fun.

Goodwill’s Educational Programs

Goodwill Houston’s Academy of Career Development (DARS, Worksource Solution approved) is a self-paced program focusing on career development. Licensed by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Goodwill Houston’s Academy of Career Development’s instructors help you prepare for work in the clerical, financial services and customer service fields. Courses are available in general office skills, Microsoft Office, customer service, and accounting and bookkeeping. The best part: Scholarships are available [1]. For more information, check out Houston Goodwill’s Job Connection page or call 713-699-6320.

With the holiday season upon us, contributing to local non-profits is always a good idea. Think about making a contribution in the name of a member of your family. You can make a financial contribution to Houston Goodwill click the Chipin widget to the right or click below. Thank you.

If you’re reading this blog, you already have the skills that the Goodwill education centers are teaching. Think about volunteering to share some of your knowledge for the greater good. Remember, “We’re all in it together kid” [2]. To volunteer with Houston Goodwill please visit their volunteer page here or call: 713-699-6338

Instead of having a garage sale, why not make it painless and donate your goods to Goodwill? Visit this page for donations.

1. http://goodwillhouston.org/jobconnection.htm

2. Harry Tuttle, Brazil

One Comment

  1. I think we have the same haircut right now

    Posted January 4, 2009 at 9:25 pm | Permalink

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