Wednesday, December 21, 2011

May all your wishes come true, this holiday season



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20 comments:

  1. Time to unplug for the holidays?! Wishing you goodness and light.

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  2. Yes, ma'am. Time to take a break and enjoy the family! I wish you the best of everything for the Christmas season and all of 2012. *hugs*

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  3. I know I said it before but I LOVE the tree. And Fiona's expression is priceless. She really looks like she wants that bow.

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  4. Merry Christmas Nancy! I've got one more post planned for tomorrow (my homemade chritmas stockings) and then I'm unplugging as well.

    Hope your holidays are wonderful!

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  5. Jenny,

    Thanks! Yes, she did want that bow. She climbed up on it and started trying to untie and eat it, just after that photo. You've seen some of the other photos in a previous post. Crazy cat. :)

    Trish,

    Merry Christmas! I'll have to drop by to see your post, if I can find the time. Must clean, wrap and bake! So much to do. I'm going to enjoy being unplugged.

    Thanks, enjoy your holidays!

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  6. Have a good one!

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  7. I love the Christmas tree made out of books!!! What a cute idea!

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  8. Merry Christmas, dear friend. Here's to a joyful, calm and memorable holiday!

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  9. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  10. Happy Holidays! Love the pics yet again. :)

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  11. And yours, too! It already looks like Fiona's in gifty heaven.

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  12. Happy holidays, I hope the cats ruin no decorations and that you receive many books :D

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  13. Merry Christmas and Happy Reading! You've been a busy girl and deserve a break....

    Happy 2012. May you find blessings everywhere.

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  14. I'm gonna need you to construct my book tree next year. :D

    Merry Christmas, Nancyroo!

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  15. I hope you have an amazing Christmas, and that Santa brings you and the kitties everything on your wishlist! Happy Holidays to you, my friend!

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  16. Have a wonderful Christmas holiday!

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  17. Merrry Christmas, Nancy! May all your days be blessed, especially inh 2012.

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  18. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Nancy!

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  19. Oh dear, the mischief a puss will get up to on Christmas Eve. I remember it only too well. Soccer with the Christmas decorations, paw to paw action with doubtless commentary running in puss's head.

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  20. Thanks for the Christmas wishes, everyone! I would have responded sooner (and individually) but for twin disasters:

    a. My wonderful clamshell iPad case with full-sized keyboard apparently got sat upon. It lost 4 keys. I can't stand typing on those little on-screen keyboards for long, so I didn't bother with the internet during Christmas.

    b. We spent a couple days in Nashville and returned to find that our phone/internet service was out. That was 5 days ago. We just finally got our service restored, this morning (New Year's Day). This is my first time back online without a McDonald's or a coffee shop involved!

    Happy New Year!

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