Have a fabulous day!
Fearsome believes the true meaning of Christmas is peace, love, humility, acceptance and forgiveness. For us the meaning is not commercial nor is it religious. It is simply a celebration of the miracle that is life.
We want to wish each and everyone of you love and peace. May your dreams come true.
A season where more is more…
Wishing You A Drag Queen Christmas – B. D. Wong – 1993
It’s for the Rest of Us!
Yet another holiday favorite.
Happy Festivus All!
Rachel Bloom gives a new take on Santa Baby with her humor infused campy rendition.
Chanukah Honey (Santa Baby Parody) – Racheal Bloom, Jack Dolgen & Dan Gregor – 2013
Let us officially start our Fearsome Beard Blog holiday traditions on this day of the Winter Solstice.
What better holiday tradition to start with than this fabulous rendition of a holiday classic!
Winter is here. Happy Solstice all!
It’s Christmas Time – Macklemore feat. Dan Caplen – 2019
For those who regularly read throughout the year, you will see why this video resonates with me at this time. Christmas will just be different without our dear Mitzi and Virgil this year for we will deeply miss them.
Hazel, may your first Christmas with us be amazing.
Love, hugs and wet kisses!
Ok, let’s kick these holidays off.
Carol of the Bells – Handpan (Hang Drum) – Vasilis Vasiliou
A SNL holiday classic!
Because this time of year most everyone loves good balls.
Been naughty? Don’t worry, he’s got you covered!
What holiday special scene put you on edge as a child?
This scene from Rudolf the Read Nosed Reindeer always got me.
Is my new Zombie Proof Cybertruck!
I have to admit that I love receiving Christmas Cards. I used to send them every year, but alas time became an issue as life got busier and I haven’t sent but just a few since the turn of the century.
We do still get a good number of them, even though we no longer reciprocate. I enjoy opening them and reminiscing about the friends who have taken the time to keep up the tradition. Maybe one day I’ll slow down and start the tradition again of sending holiday cards to my beloved friends and family.
Let’s say I enjoy all the cards with the exception of one we receive each year that has frankly started to creep me out.
A number of years ago we started to receive a Christmas card from a couple that was at the most a one time acquaintance and an acquaintance we don’t remember. We don’t know them, we don’t know where they live nor do we know what they do. We don’t share friends with them, a social circle or any interest that we are aware of.
Their cards are always professionally custom photographed showing the happy couple and their beautiful children. The photographs always number about 6-8 covering both outside and inside the card. They are always dressed in a matching theme and life looks as if it’s perfect…actually make that more than perfect.
In other words, the Christmas card itself is as disturbing as the fact it always arrives like clockwork the day after thanksgiving. Perfect card, perfect family and perfect timing, but who the fuck are they?
This years arrived like clockwork. However there was a new twist. The new twist was the fact it was, for the very first time, bulk mailed. Fucking bulk mailed. Yes the perfect stranger family has apparently grown their Christmas card list, of people who don’t know who the fuck they are, so large they are now using bulk mail.
Tom Watts – Christmas Card from a Hooker in Minneapolis
Fearsome believes that the dead never really die. We live in an energy field and energy is constant. Constant but ever changing moving into form, through form and out of form.
The potential energy stored in the atoms of a rock is the same energy stored in the atoms within the molecules of my body, as is the same energy of the atoms of the air we breathe and the water we consume and even the same energy of the sun and the stars.
We are just simply stardust. Just stardust into another form.
Therefore the dead are with us just as we will be here, or somewhere near, in a different form after we die as well.
The movie CoCo tells the story of Dia de Los Muertos. Living in a place where I can see Mexico from my bedroom window just some 15 miles to the south, Dia de Los Muertos is a holiday we cherish. I believe it is honorable to remember those who have given us the lives we have.
May those who have loved you, and you have loved, be with you on this day of celebration.
Jack Skellington as introduced by Marilyn Manson
This is Halloween – Marilyn Manson
Truly The Nightmare Before Christmas
The scooters, oh those damn scooters.