Here's a post that I had meant to post on Monday. The reason why I didn't was, my computer jammed up, and when I started it up again, I didn't want to have to rewrite it over again. Just today I realized that it was saved so here it is. (P.S Thank you Queen Lucy for informing me of my spelling mistakes)
I was listening to the radio a couple minutes ago, while wondering whether I should post anything today, and if I should whether it should be funny or serious. While I was doing all this wondering, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" started to play. It was then that I realized what a strange song it is. In the second verse, a shepherd boy listens to a sheep. He then in the third verse tells the mighty king what the sheep told him, and says that "A child, a child shivers in the COLD, Let us bring him SILVER and GOLD" What I want to know is, why gold? Why not a blanket? Or maybe, some hot food. Nope, the poor freezing cold child gets gold.