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Wednesday, December 21, 2011
May all your wishes come true, this holiday season
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Time to unplug for the holidays?! Wishing you goodness and light.ReplyDelete
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*ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Nancy! I've got one more post planned for tomorrow (my homemade chritmas stockings) and then I'm unplugging as well.ReplyDelete
Hope your holidays are wonderful!
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. :)
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!
Have a good one!ReplyDelete
I love the Christmas tree made out of books!!! What a cute idea!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, dear friend. Here's to a joyful, calm and memorable holiday!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Happy Holidays! Love the pics yet again. :)ReplyDelete
And yours, too! It already looks like Fiona's in gifty heaven.ReplyDelete
Happy holidays, I hope the cats ruin no decorations and that you receive many books :DReplyDelete
Merry Christmas and Happy Reading! You've been a busy girl and deserve a break....ReplyDelete
Happy 2012. May you find blessings everywhere.
I'm gonna need you to construct my book tree next year. :DReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Nancyroo!
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!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Christmas holiday!ReplyDelete
Merrry Christmas, Nancy! May all your days be blessed, especially inh 2012.ReplyDelete
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Nancy!ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the Christmas wishes, everyone! I would have responded sooner (and individually) but for twin disasters:ReplyDelete
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!