Tuesday, 17 December 2013

FATHER CHRISTMAS IS ON THE WAY





The season's greetings and best wishes to all my readers.
Thanks for your comments and I look forward to exciting projects in 2014



9 comments:

The Crow said...

What?! No Rudolph? No sack of toys...uh, hiking equipment?

Happy Christmas to you and your kin, Conrad. See you in the new year.

(Has Katie gotten Christmas fever yet? What fun to see the holiday through a child's eyes!)

Alan Rayner said...

Merry Christmas Conrad. Ho Ho Ho and all that.

Sir Hugh said...

The Crow - Sorry about that, but of course I am an unfeeling male (no that's not really true), there you are, some brackets.

I am looking forward to seeing Katie reacting to Christmas. Daughter has already introduced the thing about an elf moving to different locations every day, something which I knew nothing of before, and little now, except that I think it originates from your side of the water.

Compliments and best wishes to you. I always enjoy your comments.

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Hi Alan - good to hear from you. All the best.

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welshpaddler said...

Nadolig Llawen from West Wales. Actually saw Sion Corn (Father Christmas) late this afternoon walking through my village on his way to the local school.

Have a good one hope to continue reading your blog in 2014

afootinthehills said...

Happy Christmas Conrad and all the very best for 2014.

mike M said...

Joyful holidays CR! So glad we've "met".

Sir Hugh said...

WP - Did he ask if you'd been good?

All the best for 2014.
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afoot - Thanks for that and best wishes to you also.
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Mike M - It is always holiday time for we retired people... All the best to you.

welshpaddler said...

I would only be evonomic with the truth!

gimmer said...

wp (if I may!) - I prefer that as the word of the year - sums up what we should be about!

if I may trespass and camp on Sir H's blog - I hope a merry Xmas was had by all, for a happy and active New Year for all, indeed for all 2014: I enjoy reading the posts and comments from everyone - they bring the breath of fresh upland airs to the febrile miasmas of the metropolis: thanks to you all n'all !