The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

December 24, 2007


I was going to write each of you letters inside Christmas cards from the North Pole, but as with everything else about the festive season, I waited til the last minute.

So this will have to suffice.
We all know Christmas can be a stressful time, and that maybe it has lost some of its lustre with the focus on presents and commercialism.
But it's still what it always was, if you get past all that...a time to be with the people you love.

So while Santa sets out on his journey to your house tonight -- he couldn't find room for me on his sled -- I'll be thinking of you all...

...and hoping a tingly, unmistakably good feeling of warmth envelopes your heart.


  1. love yer! have a merry one!

  2. Love yer too, Zig! Yer a hoot! Those chestnuts must be roastin' by now, so enjoy!


  3. I asked Santa for a Sybian. Do you think he'll deliver?

  4. Anna:

    Er...I think the song says that it depends on whether you've been naughty or nice...

    Have a good Christmas, regardless. :-)

  5. I do indeed have a tingly feeling but the doctor didn't diagnose it as anything Christmasy.

    I'm hoping the penicillin helps.

  6. Just thought I would stop by to say, MERRY CHRISTMAS.

  7. MJ:

    Penicillin, as you know, is becoming less effective over time as bad little unchris-tmasy things develop immunities to it.

    So, fair warning: the tingliness may continue unabated. Good luck with that.


    Thanks for stoppin' in! You're kinda like Santa in that way, aren't you?


    Is that kinda like one of those mass-produced Christmas cards that people sometimes send?

    All the best back to you, Ally, Ridz and the whole clan.


If you choose to use anonymous to comment, it is only fair that I reserve the right to obliterate your comment from my blog.