26 thoughts on “Season’s Greetings 2013

  1. Season’s Greetings to you as well! I do enjoy the holiday photos that show snow and such…and hope you are cozy and warm. More likely than not we’ll hear about the Santa’s surfing today as the only snow we get is from machines, certainly not sleigh accommodating. Wishing you a year of free flowing thoughts and plenty of RAM.

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    • Having grown up with Christmas in winter, I’m not sure I could adapt to a summery holiday! No snow for us this year, though. All that fell earlier this month has melted away, especially with record-breaking warm temperatures this last weekend. Now, we’re back to cold and gray. May the New Year bring you much creativity and happy blogging.

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    • Merry Christmas to you, too, Carrie! These days, I’m perfectly happy for the day to be snow- and ice-free. πŸ™‚ Here’s to a productive New Year on the writing front!

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    • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, too, Mouse! May the New Year bring another year of RC’s gracious reign and Molly’s continued exploits to shake things up in the realm. πŸ™‚

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  2. Merry Christmas, JM. I wish peace, love and happiness to you and yours. Here’s to a brand new year of us writing the great American novel! See you in 2014, my friend. xo

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  3. Have the best ever Christmas, JM. Much happiness and success in the new year, and wishing you continued great writing.

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  4. Merry Christmas, JM. We had a white Christmas, despite all the rain we had this past weekend. And today it is snowing. The kids got snowball makers for Christmas, so I think they will be put to good use.

    Looking forward to reading your posts in 2014 and talking to via email. πŸ™‚ May the new year bring you everything you want and more!

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    • Thanks, Kate. πŸ™‚ I hope you had a great Christmas and will have a Happy New Year filled with good times and good writing! Those 70 degree days last weekend melted everything we had left, but we’re pulling out of a cold few days since then. Snow at Christmas is great for the kids, but I must confess to being happy without it. πŸ˜‰

      I’m looking forward to your posts, too, and if all goes well and I meet my New Year’s goals, I’ll be asking for your excellent beta skills later this spring. I suspect you’ll be seeing a few e-mails from me before then. πŸ™‚ And I hope I’ll have the chance to read some of your work this year, too!

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    • A tropical Christmas sounds exotic and relaxing! And I hope it helped recharge your spirits and drive for 2014 and beyond. We had a quiet holiday here at home and are enjoying a long break until January 2nd. Then, of course, everything gets busy again at work. But that’s just the nature of the beast. Looking forward to your 2014 posts and visits to my blog!

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  5. I didn’t do much blog visiting over Christmas, partly of course because of spending time with my kids and Neil, but also because any spare bits of time have been used on essay writing – I have three essays due Jan 8, and they’re not nearly finished yet, aagghh!! Ah well. Hope you had a good Christmas J!

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      • Well, it’s new as of the beginning of November. I decided to change themes for the blog’s third year. πŸ™‚ But I’m not sure how many people have really noticed. πŸ˜‰

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    • Oh, get those essays done and don’t worry about blogging until you do! We had a nice, quiet Christmas, and I hope yours was wonderful, too. I knew people would be busy, so I kept these last two posts of the year simple. But I’m dealing with an unexpected slew of visits to my November post about the SEO company that had so many hits on my blog. It appears they’re hitting everyone now, and since Sunday, I’ve had several hundred visitors to that post. Apparently they’re looking for information on the company, and my blog post sits atop the search results. Yikes! I’ve contacted WordPress, hoping they can provide some information for all of us. Fingers crossed!

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