Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas from Bun Mountain Cottage.


12 comments:

Sue said...

Merry, Merry Christmas to you, Lynne, and your family!

May God richly bless you in the coming year!

Mildred said...

What a magical view in your photo today. Look forward to visiting with you more in the coming year. Merry Christmas from GA.

Daisy said...

That's a beautiful photo, Lynne! Wishing you and your family a very happy Christmas, too! :D

Lynne said...

Thank you all very much.
I do hope that you will all come and visit in the New year.
Lynne

kendalee said...

And to you and yours too Lynne!!! Hope you all stay toasty and have a happy holiday in your magical snowy wonderland! :) kendalee

Sarah said...

Happy Christmas to you too!

Candace said...

Gorgeous photo! Oh how lucky to look upon such a sight.
(unless one is stuck at an airport, of course.)

Have a wonderful Christmas season and bright new year, Lynne. I so loved the previous post, too, esp the shot of Rufus...!

Happy Holidays from Athens!

Teresa said...

What a picture perfect picture!

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Teresa said...

Hi Lynne,

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Would you please send me a quick email? I'd like to email you, but don't see an email addy on your blog? Thank you!

Lynne said...

Thanks Teresa. You too.
I should look to add e.mail facility.

Janneke said...

Aaaah, i can't believe you live in such a beautiful place !!!! You live in a picture-postcard :) It's wonderful, i really envy you !!
But first of all: thanks for your help with the mince-pies recipe !!! I did make them and they turned out really well, even made the filling myself because we cannot buy it overhere. But i saw on your picture i forgot to put icingsugar on the top....nothing can be done about it because we ate them all :))
I've only got a picture left,haha, i'll put it on my blog tomorrow !
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and wishing you a great New Years Eve!
Thanks again, Janneke.

Lynne said...

Yes Janneke, we have to keep pinching ourselves as it's so lovely here.
I'm glad the mincepies turned out nice. I love them at this time of year, anytime really! Well done for making the mincemeat as well. I look forward to seeing a photo!
Sounds as though you had a good Christmas, Happy New Year to you.
Lynne