12/21/2012

Christmas wishes from me to you.

"God rest ye merry gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay"
This may well be my shortest post but a sincere one. I would like to thank everyone who has read my blog this year, especially those of you who have left words of encouragement and friendship.
So from a very wet and muddy part of Cheshire, Ted and I send our greetings. May you have a joyous Christmas and a happy and peaceful New Year.

22 comments:

  1. We are wading in mud too! Squelching along on a morning. Hope you have a lovely Christmas too! My new Imac arrives early New Year, can you pop round and give me some tips!:)It's going to be a big learning curve, I want to run before I can walk!

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  2. Julie, I am not sure if I would be much use but I know you will love your new Imac. I did some Photoshop classes at night school, they proved to be invaluable.

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  3. It has been a joy getting to know you and Ted, through your art and blog... and Teds retrieving skills. Have a perfect Christmas!

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  4. Merry Christmas, dear Valerie!
    Buster the dog sends greetings too.

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  5. Christmas greetings to you too alerie - may you have a wonderful time and may 2013 be a good year for you.

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  6. Valerie, I wish you and yours a very Happy Christmas...and, you've guessed it, a very Happy and Healthy New Year!

    xo

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  7. Christmas greetings and a Happy New Year to you too Valerie and looking forward to seeing you in 2013.
    Jacqui

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  8. A short post for the shortest day... Happy Winter to you!

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  9. Happy Christmas! Hope it's wonderful, and a big cuddle for the lovely Ted, too.x

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  10. Seasons Greetings to you and yours, Valerie! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas:)

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  11. Merry Christmas Valerie, from an equally wet Cornwall. Have a lovely festive break.

    Every fire brigade in the county is out 'on a shout' at the moment, according to local radio.

    Flooding at Lostwithiel and Helston, another village cut off by a landslide andsome roads closed. Plus mainline Down trains are ending at Taunton.

    Lesley x

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  12. Thank you for the beautiful Christmas greeting. Merry Christmas dear Valerie!
    Xo,
    Heather

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  13. Merry Christmas and thank you for your lovely, gentle and inspiring blog xxx

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  14. What a beautiful painting...... gosh, you make magic.

    And, my, what a retriever Ted is!! That photo is priceless - what a stick - wow!!!

    Love to you these holidays and in the New Year. Maybe our paths will cross again someday soon.
    xoxo

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  15. Happy Christmas Valerie - thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us throughout the year.

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  16. Hi Valerie,
    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.
    Hope your rain stops soon!
    We have had rain again all day in Warwickshire and floods, Kenilworth Castle now has a moat!
    Michala x

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  17. Wishing you a joy-filled 2013! Sweet little Ted is so dear!!

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  18. Hope you are enjoying your Christmas celebrations. Hope 2013 brings lots of good things , not least the weather.
    Look forward to seeing more acornmoon creative projects.

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  19. That puppy is just too cute for his own good.

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  20. Happy holidays Valerie! Wishing you a wonderful, happy new year!xoxo

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  21. I'm ridiculously late with my Christmas good wishes so I shall wish you a very Happy New Year instead! Here's hoping 2013 is a good year for you and yours :D

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  22. Thank you everyone, your Christmas greetings were very well received. I would like to add an extra Happy New Year greeting to all of you.

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