d e c e m b e r 2 0 1 6 A L I V E E A S T B A Y 27 in it and no bones, which give it the flexibility. However, the trunk can get very heavy at times, so elephants are seen to rest it on nearby objects. I better not catch her resting that big old thing on our horribly expensive BBQ island or she can spell home, S-P-C-A. If any of my loyal readers thought I actually got a real live elephant at a White Elephant holiday gift exchange then we’ll have to ask your attendants to take away your paste and crayons for the day. You know how I like to tease. The annual White Elephant family, friends, neighbors, office, club or cellmates gift exchange is a delightful holiday tradition. Sadly, now that I’m finally out of Alive and Chillin’ books, I may actually have to go out and buy something this year. Maybe I can find a white elephant carved out of actual ivory? Something about that idea doesn’t sound ethical, but it’s a start. Happy holidays.
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