Post 1240: Ho! Ho! Ho!

Though I’m falling short on Christmas spirit this year, I can get just enough stirred up to share my Christmas greeting for the year. (For those of you have other faiths and holidays to celebrate, I want you to know I send you greetings as well!)

=(^+^)=

img_20161213_114702img_20161213_114645

Advertisements

44 thoughts on “Post 1240: Ho! Ho! Ho!

    • Thanks! The best to you and Mr. Bowie as well! One thing I noticed after I posted the photo of the front of the card is there is a curious 3-D effect. I’d like to take credit for planning that, but….! Not nice to lie this close to Christmas! LOL!

    • Thank you, Yvonne! My hope is all my readers have a much happier 2017 than many of them (including me!) had in 2016. Things began to lighten up, for me, toward the end of the year, fortunately.

    • You’re welcome! It’s one card, front and inside. Those who got the actual card get a thumbnail print on the back showing Dougy in a box. Andy’s yawn on this card, though, as the winner for the big shot!

  1. Thank you for the card and I don’t have guilty decisions: throw out, save forever, recycle or what. Anf it’s a great thought too. I have a little bit of spirit but 2016 was such a slog of a year all round I am just celebrating that it’s almost over. My Mom was the big mover at Christmas and it’s just not the same without her.

    • I’d send everyone an e-card if everyone had email! Of course, I had to have the card made so I could photograph it and get enough made to send those family and friends without email….

    • Yes, exactly! With y father’s death, there were no more of his immediately family left. My mother was the only child in hers. The oddest feeling, though, on my mother’s death was the realization I had become a an orphan in a technical sense, though I was in my mid-60s at the time.

    • Oh dear! My mother died on January 5th in 2013. She spent Christmas and most of December till she died. When I sorted through her things at the care center where she spent the last years, there was an unopened Christmas present from the center. I opened it. It was warm bed clothes, a bit too late. I feel somewhat the same about Christmas as you, though losing your mother on Christmas Day definitely is the worst possible Christmas.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.