Merry Christmasand a Happy New Year…Flighty
merry christmas to you and a wonderful new year ahead!
thanks for the e-card, it’s really pretty. looking forward for more of your wonderful posts in the coming year. a request for a picture of the green canuck frogs and hope they make it through the winter. but right now, enjoy the rest of 2010! 😀 xxx alison
Alison thanks! You’re welcome and I’m glad that you like it.
The canuck twins are okay as you’ll see in a post that I’ll be doing in the next week or so.
I’ll will, and hope that you do to! xx
Merry Christmas to you too, Flighty. Here’s to a happy and healthy 2011, hope we all get a good growing season.
Jo many thanks! I’ll second those sentiments. xx
Happy Christmas and New Year to you too, Flighty and thank you for the ecard. 🙂
Jenny thanks! You’re welcome, and thanks for yours. xx
Great picture! A big Happy Holidays to you too from us over here.
Deyank it’s a Christmas card, and one of my favourites. Thanks!
Happy Christmas Flighty and enjoy the sofa flying well into the New Year 🙂
VP many thanks! I will but it’ll also be nice to get out for a stroll round the allotments, but not at present as it’s far too icy underfoot. xx
First time I’ve visited, and really enjoyed your blog – I admire the way you post so often, certainly wouldn’t have thought of doing something about butterflies at this time of year!
Scattered Gardener hello, welcome and thanks for your kind words about my blog. I have posted regularly twice a week ever since I started blogging nearly six years ago!
I think that unexpected posts like the one on butterflies are a welcome, and much needed, reminder of summer. xx
A lovely picture! May your holidays be merry and 2011 be a wonderful year for you and those you love.
Doris thanks! Lovely sentiments which I think we’ll share with everyone! xx
Wonderful cozy Christmas wishes to you, too, Flighty! Got your beautiful JL card the other day and enjoyed it as usual. Actually, “usual” seems such a mundane description when her work is so beautiful. Anyway, hugs to you for Christmas 🙂
Nikki thanks, with the weather remaining cold and icy here I’ve stayed cozy indoors and will continue to do so at least for a few more days.
They are lovely cards, and it’s nice to see how much they’re appreciated.
I like hugs, and here’s some back…hugs! xx
Wishing you a Merry Christmas, Flighty! It’s amazing to think that 2011 is just around the corner ~ it’s good to know the days are getting longer now. Hope you are keeping warm and cozy. There have been many news items over here about your weather and the chaos it has caused. It’s wet and windy here, with no snow ~ so a green Christmas for us which is better for those travelling. Take care 🙂
Glo many thanks! Yes this year has flown by and it’s really hard to believe that we’ll be into another decade in a few days.
I sure am, but now looking forward to getting out to stretch my legs and get some fresh air once the very icy pavements have cleared.
I will, and you too! xx
Merry Christmas Mr Flighty!
Have a great one, and have a wonderful New Year.
Mas thanks, and you to!
All the best to you too Flighty, and thanks for the e-card. Have a good one.
NiC thanks, and you to!
Merry Christmas Mike and a very happy New Year with loads of sofa flying.
Yolanda many thanks, and lots of lawn lounging for us all come the summer! xx
Merry Christmas Flighty, all good wishes for 2011.
Thank you for the beautiful e-card.
Uphilldowndale thanks! You’re welcome! xx
A rather belated Happy Christmas to you too, Mr F, and all best wishes for 2011. x
Ellie many thanks, and to you too! xx
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