Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Merry Christmas to one and All!

Just a quick post to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.   I hope you are managing to stay free of the germs which abound at present and have not been blown or washed away by the awful weather we've been getting.   A section of our garden fence has collapsed but otherwise we are unscathed.

Have a lovely Christmas and I'll try to be a more frequent blogger in the New Year.  What makes me think that is almost a resolution and almost guaranteed to be broken?!!

12 comments:

Charlton Stitcher said...

And a happy Christmas to you too and happy stitching (without pressure - I understand that) in 2014.

Carol Q said...

wasn't it blowy Heather? lots of flooded roads here. wishing you and your family a very happy and peaceful Christmas. Here's to lots of creativity in 2014!

sharon young said...

It was a bit of a humdinger yeasterday, let's hope it'll get quieter tomorrow.
Always a pleasure to read your blog Heather.

Helen Suzanne said...

Happy Christmas from a snowy Scotland

Reifyn said...

And Season's Greeting to you too!

Lyn said...

A merry Christmas and a happy new year to you too xxx

JaneO said...

And a happy Christmas to you as well Heather.

Robin Mac said...

Hope you had a lovely day. Sorry you lost part of your fence, but glad it was no worse. The pictudes on the tele of the storm damage looked terrible. We are having a quiet boxing day here, listening to the cricket and Iam trying to learn my way ariund my new tablet

Robin Mac said...

Not very successfully yet -that posted with spelling mistakes and all! Happy New Year and happy stitching too. Cheers

Maggi said...

A beautiful tree Heather. I hope that your Christmas was filled with happiness and laughter.

Ro Bruhn said...

I hope you and your family had a lovely Christmas Heather. I hope your weather improves. Happy creating in 2014.

Aussie Jo said...

Hope you are enjoying the Christmas season with not too much bad weather- 38 Celsius (100.4 F) here today so busy watering the plants.