Dec 20, 2008


Seasons Greetings, Everyone!

T put up the tree Friday evening with a bit of help from Very Truly Yours and we were so thrilled we accomplished even that much, we just left it alone with the lights, sat down to some coffee and an HGTV Christmas Town Special.

I kept waiting for those Wild Bill cats and dogs to do their worst, but amazingly this didn't happen.

We all are barreling down to the Big Kahuna Itself (Solstice Sunday and Christmas Thursday with a healthy dose of Kwanzaa/Boxing Day afterwards). Sometime between all this and the Brand New 2009 Model, some will indeed be receiving little offerings of love and beauty -- well, as I see it, anyway. No photos of those here, kids. I, like you, enjoy surprises (and you know who you are!).

Of course, very little surprises Me these oddball days. I didn't realize that "red sky at night, sailor's delight" meant we were going to go into doldrums here weatherwise! Bone-biting cold at the house last week and now early summer temps in Athens. They tell us it will be in the 20s tomorrow and then, in a matter of hours, will heat up to the high 50s. Say WHAT??? And now temps tonight and onward back to the bonebiting...

So it's not just Me having a touch of Discombobulation, it would seem. Jeanne has snow here as do so many others... I figure if LAS VEGAS is having snow (yeah, what's up with that?), anything is possible including more than a lump of coal in my stocking.

Will check back later, for now I'm off to look for the ever elusive Mr. Kringle.

Get More of What You Love,
Your Correspondent in Athens --


Denise said...
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Denise said...

My wish for you is, enjoy the warmth of the sunrise/set. Embrace the energy, it's yours.
Enjoy the festive season with your loved ones and know that you're welcome to spend a Summer Christmas with us!
Hugs and love my friend

femminismo said...

Hello, our correspondent in Athens. Thanks for the weather report! I got snow in my shoes going for the mail in the dark. (Well, there was a streetlight, but it was officially dark out.) We made it through the darkest night so now they will start getting brighter earlier. Hooray! jeanne in Oregon