December 18, 2012

So this is...


...Christmas...



Signing off for a bit to enjoy some time off and celebrate. 
I wish you a wonderful holiday season, 
whether religious or secular, 
filled with laughter, friendship and the littlest bit of sparkle. 





12 comments:

Anja said...

xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox

Alistair said...

Yes, it’s Christmas…

People have been discovering
On a Christmas Morning
That the curse of Christmas
That’s causing the most fuss
Has been unanimously concluded
To be “Batteries not included”
Wishing you all a happy & sparkling christmas & new year. xo

Mona said...

The three wise men travelled for days before reaching Bethlehem
And arrived after the birth
They stood and viewed the scene in awe
And knelt reverently in the lords presence
Then gave their gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh

The three wise women
Would have stopped to ask directions
And arrived before the birth
They would have delivered the baby
Then they would have cleaned the stable and cooked a meal
Before giving the baby really useful gifts.
☆*'♡..*❤.¸.☆*'♡..*❤.¸.☆*'♡...*❤.¸.☆*' .*☆. Much love.

Charles said...

O we here are full of Christmas Spirit

Come Christmas day
We will be full of Christmas spirit
Buck fizz with our breakfast
Is only the start of it.
Then sherry with the vicar
After the candles have been lit
And aperitif before lunch
Maybe Vodka or a Gin and it
Will be wine with every course
Brandy when the pudding is lit
Liqueur with coffee
Then more brandy as we sit
Then when the day is over
I whish shoe a ferry Hacky Fhrismit

frenchtoast said...

Be on your guard
Wherever you go
Tread very carefully
You could even tip toe
But if you don’t take heed
And don’t watch where you go
You may get caught
Beneath the mistletoe

much love

Dr. Bunsen and gaggle of fans said...

No Greeting Card To Give.
No Sweet Flowers To Send.
No Cute Graphics To Forward…
Just kind hearts (no coronets) saying Happy Holidays.
Santa Claus has the right idea.
Visit people once a year.

p.s. Be on the lookout for jolly, old, fat, white-bearded men bearing gifts.

C and C (Lake Tahoe) said...

Christmas is the season of peace and goodwill till you go shopping and get the bill.
We wish you and your family and “friends”? a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May your holidays be safe and may you have a year blessed with joy, love, and abundance.
☆*'♡..*❤.¸.☆*'♡..*❤.¸.☆*'♡...*❤.¸.☆*'.

Allan said...

The Supreme Court has ruled that they cannot have a nativity scene in Washington, D.C.
NO, not for any religious reasons! They couldn't find three wise men and ... well I keep it clean for the family.

Have a happy ....

Ms Capshaw said...

And the Grinch, with his Grinch-feet ice cold in the snow, stood puzzling and puzzling, how could it be so? It came without ribbons. It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or bags. And he puzzled and puzzled 'till his puzzler was sore. Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before. What if Christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. What if Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more. - Dr. Seuss

Blissful holidays.

asterix said...

Joyeux Noel Ma très chère amie. xoxo

Erika said...

God bless you Ms Edna, and a blessed Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year to you and your “friends”. With gratitude and affection from a loyal reader.

Charles said...

Strange, but I feel the world we live in demands that we be turned out in a pattern which resembles, in fact, is a copy of itself. And those of us who defy that pattern — well, we do it!

Of course, there are those who do not. And the reason I think is that those up-tight, locked in people who resent and despise us, who fear us, and are bewildered by us, may one day come to realize that we possess rare and magical secrets, and more — love. Therefore, I am beginning to think that a few are wondering if perhaps there might be value to eccentrics.

Keep the faith friend.