a Christmas riddle for you

We’re busy here at The Scriblerians. It’s been a productive 2013. Two of our authors, Cynthia T. Toney and Vanessa Morton, both have books that are in the process of publication. Yay! We can’t wait to start an Our Books section at this site. Three of our other authors have short stories that are scheduled for publication: TJ (Tim Akers), Gretchen EK Engel, and, in the immortal words of Miss Piggy, moi. The rest of the group isn’t far behind. Everyone has great stories to tell.

But today, I’d like to riddle you. I saw something on a mug, I believe it was in a Hallmark store, years ago and it has always stuck with me. It’s adapted here in pictures. Here are your clues:

  1. It’s a popular holiday song
  2. The original artwork was by Sandra Boynton
  3. No animals were harmed in the preparation of this blog post

Any guesses?

If you give up or want to see the original inspiration for this riddle, you can find it on my Pinterest board.

Source: http://www.fishbase.org {{FishBase}} Category:Fish drawings

Dwarf pygmy goby

photo credit: EssjayNZ via photopin cc

Gray Arabian broodmare, Wikipedia Author: Little Miss Muffit

Mixed egrets by J.M. Garg, Wikipedia

Ailuropoda melanoleuca, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C., United States, Fernando Revilla, Wikipedia

Hippopotamus – 04, Kabacchi, Wikipedia

photo credit: kibuyu via photopin cc

photo credit: kibuyu via photopin cc

photo credit: john47kent via photopin cc
photo credit: john47kent via photopin cc

7 thoughts on “a Christmas riddle for you

  1. WEE FISH EWE A MARE EGRETS MOOSE. (decades of junk knowledge pays off when answering blog riddles)




  3. My parents received a Christmas card years ago with that “song” on it and they saved it to display every year. Except theirs is a bear, not a mare.


  4. You didn’t think of that all by yourself? I thought you slaved over getting all the right photos!


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