It came without ribbons! It came without
me without packages,
r bags! Maybe Christmas
do nit come from a store.
Maybe Christmas... perhaps...
means a little bit more!
Look Doris, someday you're
oing to find that your way of
acing this realistic world just
doesn't work. And when you do,
don't overlook those lovely
intangibles. You'll discover
those are the only things
that are worthwhile.
Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real things in the world are the thi gs we can't see
No man is a failur ho has f iends.
Strange, isn't it? Each man's life touches
ou want me to
so many other lives. When he isn't around
he leaves an awful hole, doesn't he? k h e r, h u h ?
Maybe it isn't only the music.c
There's no greater
It's kindness and joy
and love and all
gift than friendship.
the other intangibles
It's too early. I never eat December snowflakes. I always wait until January.
A lovely cheese pizza, just for me.
Mmm. Needs sugar O S
God bless us, everyone.c
I was wrong when I told you that,
Jim darling, don't look at me that way. I had
Susie. You must believe in Mr. Kri-
— my hair cut off and sold because I couldn't
ngle and keep right on doing it.
have lived through Christmas without giving
You must have faith in him.
you a present. It'll grow out again
O you won't mind, will you? I just had
You see George, C to do it. My hair grows awfully fast.
Say 'Merry Christmas!' Jim, and let's be happy. •
you've really hada You don't know whata nice—
C C beautiful, nice gift I've got for you.
I believe... I believe... Even though it's silly,