Thursday, December 23, 2010

You Better Watch Out...

Hello, All,

I wanted to take a moment and wish all of you who celebrate Christmas the most joyful and peaceful of holidays. My best wishes to you and those you love for a wonderful season!

Happy Christmas!





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And here’s an audio “gift” (Just click to play :-) ). One of my favourite seasonal songs, it’s an authentically East Coast holiday wish from Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street band. And since I’m authentically East Coast myself….. ;-)

20 comments:

  1. Thanks, Margot! Will you be joining those celebrating the traditional movie watching and Chinese food eating activities?

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  2. Wow, cool! I hope you enjoy your holidays with your friends and family and will visit you again soon!
    CD

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  3. Elspeth - LOL! Yes, indeed I will :-). We're already discussing which movie will be the choice this year :-).



    Clarissa - Thanks :-). Oh, no worries; I'll be here blogging every day like always. Just wanted to send out my good wishes before too much time goes by...

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  4. Merry Christmas, Margot. That poinsettia looks just like the one I have in my living room (the one substituting for a Christmas tree this year).

    With no company and no travel, we're going to enjoy two wonderful weekends of relaxation.

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  5. Patricia - Thanks for the good wishes. It sounds as though you've got a delicious rest planned for yourself and I couldn't think of a better way to spend some time off. Enjoy it!!!

    ps: I have to admit; that poinsettia isn't mine. I just liked it so much I had to get a picture of it for the ol' blog.

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  6. John - Thanks very much :-). I wish the same to you.

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  7. Have a magical and fun-filled Christmas!!!! :)

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  8. Merry Christmas, Margot. Hope you have a really great Christmas with all the traditions that you love.

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  9. Jemi - Thanks for the good wishes!!!


    Rayna - Aww...thanks! I wish you a wonderful holiday, too!

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  10. Thank you Margot. I wish you too Merry Chistmas and a Happy New Year.

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  11. Happy Christmas to you, Margot. I have a flower just like that on my table - a bit more red than crimson, but they are so cheerful and look lovely against the white snow (still covering our garden, just about).
    Best wishes
    Maxine.

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  12. Merry Christmas dear Margot! Hope your holiday is filled with warmth and great books!

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  13. Rebecca - Thank you so much for the good wishes :-). I wish you a wonderful holiday, too.


    José Ignacio - Thank you very much for the kind wishes :-).



    Maxine - Thank you! Aren't poinsettias beautiful against a backdrop of snow? I've always loved that sight, and I'm sure yours really is lovely.



    Jan - Thank you :-). I couldn't imagine nicer things to fill a holiday with :-). Besides folks like you, of course :-).

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  14. Margot-you are certainly one of the joys to know online. Have a wonderful holiday.

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  15. Amey - How kind of you! Thank you :-)


    Patti - Oh, likewise, trust me!!! Have a beautiful holiday, yourself.

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  16. Margot, hope you and your family are having a very Merry Christmas. Enjoyed the song very much. Visiting your blog is one of my best presents. Happy Holidays.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  17. Mason - Awwww *blush*, thanks! I'm so glad you enjoyed the song :-). And thanks for the good wishes; I hope you and your family are having a wonderful Christmas.

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