Beautiful article. Well written. Your happiness this time of year really comes out.
Merry Christmas. Happy New Year. I hope next year is your best ever.
It has been quite a year. I am relieved that you enjoyed this article. Frankly three Christmas pieces in a row is a bit much. You're correct though. I wanted to share my happiness, and the pictures too.
Thank you for the good wishes. I am so looking forward to 2021. J.
Thanks so much Mick for your comment. I appreciate your note.
It looks like every inch of little Seaweed has been turned into a gallery. Gorgeous and lovely.😊 Merry Christmas.🎄
I Finally got my Christmas cards out on Tuesday so yours is heading north. The postal clerk confirmed would be late. All of mine are. Where did the time go???
I do hope your holiday is great. I'm hoping to relax. And do nothing, zero, zilch. It is supposed to get into the 40's here for the next couple of days.
That is why I decided to top off the water tank and wash tbe boats. I wash first to rinse out the water hose. Even though this is a potable hose, the water doesn't seem fresh at first. I use the water until the temperature changes, indicating city water pipes water. Anyway, finished that then planned on visiting a neighbor. He had no power on his boat, neither ac nor dc. Troubleshoot that. Plugged in cord from land. Oops. I had not noticed cord was loose. Argh.
That's resolved and now I'm tired. So happy to see your kind note. Thank you!
I've been recreating the alternator bracket article that I lost during the computer fiasco.
Final note: I just checked my receipt from the post office. It looks like envelopes nearby should arrive by Saturday the 26th. Sigh. Im not certain how long to distant friends. Anyway Pam, yours is flying north. Stay warm, and thanks so much for all the comments. J.
I'm doing no better, Janice. My cards went in the mail yesterday, so yours is slowly meandering down to you. 😁 We had a blizzard yesterday with added bonus of a huge swoop of arctic air. Current temp is -2 but "feels like" -25 because of howling wind. I'm grateful for a cozy home to be in. Have a relaxing Christmas.
Gosh, that's so cold. I'm shivering just thinking about it. Brrr.
I'm very glad your home is warm. I cannot imagine. Seaweed would not/could not manage that. She's still a bit drafty. Fortunately Florida is doable, though I intend to go further south.
I've been feeling a great deal of guilt at getting my cards out so late. This whole year and especially this month have flown by. I'm terribly upset at being so late. I'm hoping the old "better late than never" will come into play.
Seriously, thanks Pam. Your friend in the south, J.