Friday, December 21, 2007

Seeking a Noche De Paz



Merry Christmas
Feliz Navidad
Mele Kalikimaka
Buon Natale

On good advisement, I am setting aside projects & any unnecessary errands, and I will stop saying "Yes" to everything. I am going to slow down and smell the pine. I don't want to be a worn out heap by Tuesday, or by Christmas Eve for that matter. Mind you, the decision not to add to my list does not mean that I won't be busy in the next few days, but I am going to relax about the details, and focus on the blessings. Christmas time is here and I don't want to miss the magic and the wonder.

Happy Solstice
I wish you peace and plenty, light and comfort, and a very Merry Christmas.


Yours Truly:
Lady Madame Natalie the Incomplete of Eschaton End
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title
(Thank you Campbell Girl for this fun little gift!)

13 comments:

  1. Mille grazie! In boca al lupe,
    Anna Banana

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  2. Happy Solstice to you too!

    It is nice to see we aren't the only ones with a whole basket of Christmas books.

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  3. Meri Kirimihiti, Natalie! Cheers from Aotearoa/New Zealand

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  4. Greetings from the Philippines, Natalie. Maligayang Pasko!


    P.S. I have left my belated comments for your other Christmas posts. :D

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  5. How wonderful, my friend! Do enjoy -- enjoy it all -- and I'll raise a toast to you on Christmas Eve (when we think of our distant friends and family). A toast to friendship, companionship, and the future.

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  6. His Exalted Highness Duke Geoffrey the Unusual of Lower Beanthrop in the HedgeDecember 22, 2007 at 12:19 PM

    Merry Christmas!

    So Sayest His Exalted Highness Duke Geoffrey the Unusual of Lower Beanthrop in the Hedge

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  7. Merry Christmas, sweet Natalie, and to all your family (got your lovely Christmas greetings today in the mail). And my title is: Baroness Nikkipolani the Spurious of Piddletrenthide Under Booth

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  8. Hello again Natalie. Just a note to correct the spelling of my Maori greeting (I misplaced my crib note and relied on my increasingly shocking memory LOL)MERI KIRIHIMETE

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  9. Have a wonderful Christmas, Natalie, and all your lovely family. I'm so glad I found you - that's one good thing to have come out of those fires!
    Love from Lesley in Carmel Valley.

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  10. Merry Christmas, Natalie, and another wonderful year of blogging!
    Greetings from Belgium!

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  11. Merry Christmas, Natalie! Thank you for the last year of wonderful photos and sharing... and most especially for your dear friendship.

    Love,
    Janece

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  12. Merry Christmas to you and your sweet family!!

    Smiles...

    Beverly

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  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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