The Three Mullet Queers Save Mary's Christmas!
A Holiday Greeting from My Household to Yours
Every holiday season since 2020, I have filmed a fun holiday season video to share with friends, family, and neighbors. Now in 2022, I present to you . . .
The Three Mullet Queers Save Mary’s Christmas!
Watch it all right here:
This was a lot of fun to make. I have always been a fan of comedy and parodies in the style of improv and Saturday Night Live. The White Jesus Story Hour featured in this video grows out of those traditions, along with many years as a child watching Sesame Street.
In case you have not seen my previous two holiday greeting films, here is the one that I made back in 2020. Season’s Greetings . . .
You cannot tell just by looking at this, but we filmed on a blistering cold day. I had just discovered the satisfying joy of stop-motion animation. This is surely the most joyful of the holiday greeting films I have made.
Then, in 2021, I decided to showcase my love for drawing and visual art in the film Happy Holidaze. My disenchantment with the commercialization of the holiday season shines right through. I also like to think that I was a ninja in another life . . .
The song I feature, Happy Holidaze, may get an official release someday. Melancholy holiday songs are my favorite. The illustrations I drew for this were super fun to make.
I am already planning next year’s holiday greeting.
This year, we have frigid temperatures over the Christmas weekend. As this message hits your inboxes, I am staying at my Mom’s house in Nashville where it is 0 degrees outside (but feels like -19 degrees, according to the app on my cell phone). I will be helping my Mom cook our big Christmas Eve dinner and hanging out with family.
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, any other spiritual tradition, or simply enjoy getting together with your family, I hope your holiday season is filled with comfort, safety, joy, merriment, and lots of delicious food.
Stay warm and happy holidays from my household to yours!
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