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!)


Anna Banana said...

Mille grazie! In boca al lupe,
Anna Banana

Julie said...

Happy Solstice to you too!

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

campbellgirl said...

Meri Kirimihiti, Natalie! Cheers from Aotearoa/New Zealand

Tarie said...

Greetings from the Philippines, Natalie. Maligayang Pasko!

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

Jennifer said...

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.

His Exalted Highness Duke Geoffrey the Unusual of Lower Beanthrop in the Hedge said...

Merry Christmas!

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

nikkipolani said...

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

campbellgirl said...

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

Lesley said...

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.

Sabine said...

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

Janece said...

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


tea time and roses said...

Merry Christmas to you and your sweet family!!



Oiyi said...

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