You'd better watch out for the 2009 Christmas Carnival, that is.
As the name implies, this is an opportunity for bloggers to showcase their blogposts about Christmas -- stories, poems, recipes, nostalgia, videos, podcasts, humor, spirituality, graphic art, photographs, songs, and more. Christmas lends itself to a flying sleigh-load of creative endeavors.
The first two Christmas Carnivals were hosted by Adam Graham in 2005 and 2006. Cathouse Chat took over in 2007.
Last year, Cathouse Chat hosted the Christmas Carnival for the second year in a row, and this year Kat makes it a three-fer. I was pleased to see two of my holiday-related posts listed in the 2008 Christmas Carnival, and I'm hoping to have at least one relevant item to submit this year.
The announcement for the 2009 Christmas Carnival sets out a number of ground rules:
You can read the rest of the rules, such as they are, here.
So, bloggers, start using your egg-noggin and come up with some appropriate ideas for Christmas posts. You may just wake up on Christmas morning and find yourself among the revelers of the Carnival of Christmas 2009.