Thursday, 24 December 2009

Merry Christmas


to bloggers everywhere. I had hoped to visit my regulars before Christmas, but I am very sorry I have run out of time and the day job beckons.

16 comments:

MelMel said...

Happy Christmas!xx

Jenny said...

Have a lovely Christmas.

Akelamalu said...

Merry Christmas!

Maggie May said...

Have a great Christmas.

Nuts in May

CG said...

Merry Christmas!!

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Merry Christmas!!! ~Janine XO

Ladybird World Mother said...

Have a lovely christmas... hope it brings you everything you want. xx

imbeingheldhostage said...

Merry Christmas!! Hope it is warm and happy for you :-)

JJ said...

Hard work all now over and we can RELAX!
Best wishes for Christmas nd the New Year to you and yours
JJ

Carol said...

Hope you had a wonderful day yesterday and that 2010 brings you lots of love, laughter and happiness!

C x

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Hope your Christmas was beautiful, and filled with love and laughter!!! If your photo is a taste, I'm sure it was!!! Love, Janine XO

French Fancy said...

I hope you had a lovely Christmas and that the year ahead will be a good one without problems and pressure.

What trips has your husband lined up to further investigate his family tree?

jinksy said...

That's a pretty wreath. Hope you had a festive time to go with it!

Suburbia said...

Hope you had a good Christmas.

cheshire wife said...

Thank you for all your good wishes. We had a very pleasant and relaxing Christmas Day. I hope that you all enjoyed your Christmas Day.

FF - no trips planned at present.

Jinksy - the wreath is totally artificial. It is now about ten years ago and refreshed it a few years ago.

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