Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas!



Merry Christmas to all my beloved friends! I adore you all and so look forward to comments, to going out, to seeing what you all write. Thank you for making my year special. It's a white Christmas here in Texas, and I'll be posting more pictures of Grouchie and his snowman.

7 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Merry Christmas to you. It's a bright sunshiny day here, but fairly cold.

R's Musings said...

Merry Christmas, Michelle! What little snow we did have here in Detroit is melting with the rain! :)

Lana Gramlich said...

Happy holidays, hon & thanks for the wonderful card! My best to you & yours for 2010!

chris said...

Merry Christmas Michelle. It is plenty cold and white here in the East mountains of Albuquerque NM. I am looking forward to a White Sandy beach Christmas next year.

I hope all finds you well and that you had a wonderful Holiday this year.

the walking man said...

Be Well PD and I was wondering do they even sell snow gear where you're at? It's all on deep discount here because the temps are balmy and the palm trees frondy. ha ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

Dearest Michelle,

Thanks so much for the lovely card. As you know I was away from the office for quite some time on the Kwame imbroglio investigation with my friend the Archbishop Midol (very hush-hush). I see you're up to your marvelous humorous postings with the "Add to cart" therapy sessions. Those had me clapping and snorting uncontrollably at my desk. My newsecretary was more than a bit concerned (bit of a fuddy-duddy). I'm always adding Pimms and the bubbly and my favorite fruit and nut Cadbury to the cart! Please drop by the office at your convenience for a glass of your favorite White Star anytime.

Affectionately yours,

Sir Basil Seal
British Consul of Detroit

jodi said...

Merry Christmas, Baby! Are you meeting Mark in that pic? I look forward to your blog and pics as much as good chocolate. I read it as a little treat and savor it to death! Keep on keepin' on little mama! xooxo