We found the missing library book and returned it. Bonus points: It's been gone so long it increased significantly in value and now can go in the Rare Book collection
We relocated several field mice from our house to the church down the street instead of smashing them to smithereens (the mice, not the parishioners).
We did not release “Holiday Favorites on Solo Cello,” by me. You're welcome.
We taught our children to say please and thank you and to not kick the seats in front of them at symphony. (If you need any tips for your own children, we used bribery, threats and an electric collar.)
I did not change my mom's cell phone to Smells Like Teen Spirit, despite many opportunities.
We support the arts, the plumber, and the auto body shop. Some more generously than others.
Chris didn't get any tickets for speeding or reckless endangerment this year.
We cleaned our house for company that one time.
Coming up with 12 things is harder than I thought
We have nice friends and are banking on guilt by association.
I've noticed that Santa has taken to cloud sourcing. It seems everyone has turned into Santa Claus. There's the fake ones, of course, who are just in it for the (cookie) dough, but I've noticed a growing number of real ones mingling in polite society. As the Bible says, “Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained elves unawares.” (Hebrews 13:2, New Trout Translation)
I think this means you must have made the Nice list, too.