Merry, Merry Christmas to you, Lynne, and your family!May God richly bless you in the coming year!
What a magical view in your photo today. Look forward to visiting with you more in the coming year. Merry Christmas from GA.
That's a beautiful photo, Lynne! Wishing you and your family a very happy Christmas, too! :D
Thank you all very much.I do hope that you will all come and visit in the New year.Lynne
And to you and yours too Lynne!!! Hope you all stay toasty and have a happy holiday in your magical snowy wonderland! :) kendalee
Happy Christmas to you too!
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!
What a picture perfect picture!Merry Christmas to you and yours!
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!
Thanks Teresa. You too.I should look to add e.mail facility.
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.
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
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