Reflections from a roving retirement
Sending you lots of warm hugs and wishing you a wonderful Christmas, Perpetua. Sue xox
Many thanks, Sue. Wishing the same to you and Petal. Pxx
Love it!! Where did you find it?Lots of hugs, and prayers for a 'bubble' for your travelling. Have a joyful and blessed Christmas with the family. See you in the New Year.J & P xx
Great, isn't it, Helva? It was on Catriona's blog, hence the acknowledgement and link. We'll be off at the weekend and at least it doesn't look as though snow or ice will be a problem this year. A very happy Christmas to you both.
I love it! Thanks for posting -- and the link! Have a great Christmas and safe travels!
Far too good not to share, Broad, and I'm glad you'll be following up the link to Catriona's blog. Many thanks for the good wishes. They are warmly reciprocated.
When I see witticisms like this, I always wish I could have thought of it myself.Have a wonderful Christmas with your family Perpetua. The weather is great for travelling, hoping that it continues. Youngest son and family coming here for Christmas and then we are off to Norway to eldest son and family in the New Year.
oh, so do I, Rosemary! So simple and so clever. :-) Thankfully the dreadful rain we've had today should be well psst by the time we leave on Saturday and least all this moisture isn't coming down as snow. Have a wonderful Christmas in the Cotswolds and a super trip to Norway afterwards.
This will be, I'm sure, much copied and forwarded!Safe journey to you and all the best for Christmas!
I imagine it must be all over the virtual world by now, Pondside. :-) Thanks for the good wishes and the same to you and yours.
Wonderful! Wonder what the tweets from the shepherds would be :)
Absolutely, Molly. I'm sure you could create a very entertaining party game, thinking up the shepherds' tweets. :-)
Have a wonderful Christmas - In Wales? In which case, Nodolig Llawen.
Thanks, Mark, and the same to you. We're actually on our travels again, visiting son in Oxford for Christmas and daughter in Yorkshire for New Year. My blog is well-named. :-)
That's such fun, and I look forward to following the link once I come to myself again. Currently I am here and the cheese is in Madrid....
Welcome back, Fly. So glad you're safely home again, even if the cheese has gone AWOL. Hopefully it will find its way home sooner rather than later. :-) The cartoon is great and I borrowed it shamelessly.....
Thanks for the smile today, Perpetua! And have a lovely and blessed Christmas with your family!
It's so clever, Kathy. All good wishes to you and Bob too.
Brilliant. Wishing you a very Happy Christmas.
Glad you enjoyed it, BtoB. All good wishes to you too.
Yes, absolutely love it. Have a great Christmas and New Year Perpetua. Jx
It made DH and me laugh out loud, Janice. Wishing you both a happy and peaceful Christmas.
Thank you for sharing. All the best for your travels over Christmas and the new year.
You're very welcome, Linda. A very happy Christmas to you and yours.
Ha! Thanks for my chuckle of the day. Baking day today!
Glad to oblige, Penny. :-) I hope your baking is going well. I've just done the gingerbread shapes to DD's recipe, and apart from having forgotten to glaze them before baking, they've turned out very well for a first attempt. Now to decorate them and get more mince pies in the oven....
I wonder what we'd have made of this joke just five short years ago...how things change. I hope you and the family have a lovely Christmas - love, Axxx
It wouldn't have meant a thing to me at least back then, but now it seems to be ubiquitous, Annie. I'm sure well enjoy ourselves, thanks and I wish you and your family a very happy time in Spain and the UK. Pxx
This is so funny, Perpetua! My goodness...it's certainly a fresh take on how communication methods have shifted and changed. I think maybe we need to go back to at least occasionally watching the night sky for its messages! LOL! Sounds peaceful, doesn't it? In case I don't have another chance before the next day or so, I'd like to really wish you a blessed and happy Christmas, my friend. Peace.
Thank you, Debra and the same to you and Jay. Yes, the cartoon makes a great point in its humour. The world has changed immeasurably, the message of peace and goodwill is eternal.
I'd already seen this elsewhere in cyberspace Perpetua, but it is extremely funny. I used it as the opening illustration of my sermon on Christmas Day.
I gather it was everywhere, Ricky, but being new to me, I thought it might be new to some of my readers and it's too good not to share. It must have made an excellent sermon introduction. :-)
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