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Forty-eleven things …

It’s a week until Christmas and I have, as my father used to say, “forty-eleven” things to do. I hope to get caught up on all your blog posts I’ve let accumulate in my reader, but I won’t have time to write any new posts of my own until after Christmas. If you’re bored, look in my archives to see if you missed something good, and don’t forget to read the comments because those are often more entertaining than the post.

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To all the beautiful people who come here, no matter what holiday you celebrate this time of year,  I wish you a wonderful week of visits with those you love, lots of goodies to eat, and a cozy spot where you can read, reflect, or just rest.


17 thoughts on “Forty-eleven things …”

  1. My first visit to your blog. Thank you for the Christmas wishes, and if you celebrate Christmas at this time of year, a Merry Christmas to you.

    Welcome, David, and thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. Merry Christmas to you too.

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  2. Love the forty-eleven things expression. ‘Just checked my list and I’m there with you–exactly forty-eleven! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas celebration! Enjoy catching up on your blog-reading!

    Thank you, Mari. I look forward to a week of enjoying others blog posts without worry about writing my own.

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  3. Wait a minute, that’s all your getting me for Christmas?! A blog post?
    That’s it — I’m taking your gift back to the store. Bah!, I say… Humbug!

    Oh, uh, well I do have some Neil Gaiman books for you. 🙂

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  4. Great pic, Linda. I like that saying, to: forty-eleven. I feel like I still have at least forty-eleven things to do. I think I’ll be taking next week off of blogging too. Have a Merry Christmas.

    Thanks, Kasie. We took that photo in April, up in Kings Canyon, I believe, but it looks Christmasy. Yeah, take a break … from one thing at least. 🙂

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