Thursday, December 22, 2005

Happy Holidays!



Merry Christmas to all of my fellow bloggers out there! If you don't celebrate Christmas, have a Happy Hanukkah, or a Merry Kwanza. If you do or don't celebrate any of the above, I wish you a Very Happy New Year!

My Jewish friends tell me that Hanukkah is really a relatively minor Jewish holiday, but it has expanded in this country due to the overwhelming Christmas/Santa Claus celebrations. Any way you look at this time of year, the holidays that are celebrated celebrate miracles and blessings of God. That is a good thing.

I will be back posting after Christmas. As I indicated previously, I will be posting about "Irreconcilable Differences..." and perhaps will have a limerick or two for you as well.

23 comments:

happyandblue2 said...

Hope you have a great Christmas..

Rachel said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you!

Rurality said...

Have a merry one, Rhodent!

I hope Irreconcilable Differences isn't anything bad.

Cliff Morrow said...

Peace to you and yours...and Merry Christmas.

Jim said...

Rhodent, I wish you a Merry Christmas.
I will hope the Irreconcilable Differences might be that you will have to part company with your cable company. Or along lines of that class.
And if it is something very life changing you will make it through. I've been there.

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Carol (Smiles and Laughter) said...

Merry Christmas to you!!!!!!

And I echo the "I hope the differences aren't anything bad" sentiment.

Ralph's Homespun Headlines said...

Merry Christmas, Rhodent. Hurry back.
Ralph

frustratedwriter said...

you will be missed. Merry Christmas!

Rainypete said...

Merry Christmas and enjoy your festive spam!

dbdoberman said...

Christmas blessings to you, Rhodent, and a very Happy New Year!

PBS said...

Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones! I'm looking forward to reading your limericks!

Jim said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS, RHODENT!!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOUR LOVED ONES!!

Adrienne said...

I hope you had a very Merry Christmas!

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beetlecat said...

Just found your blog. Not sure how, just surfing from blog to blog... you know how it goes.
Thought you might like these pics. Friend of mine, softy that he is, found a small, young, deer mouse near death in his basement and nursed it back to health. He figures that he evicted momma mouse when he caught her in the humane trap and relocated her outside. I mean this thing was small when he found it. It's a full grown mouse in the pics.
Well, he figures the little mouse is so dependent on humans that he can't turn her loose outside so, he's kept her and taken good care of her.
She is cool. She sat in my hand and ate seeds. So cute!
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v306/beetlecat/blue-the%20mouse/d9706de3.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v306/beetlecat/blue-the%20mouse/8c63b572.jpg

happyandblue2 said...

Wishing you a Happy New Year..

PBS said...

Happy New Year! Hope you'll be back soon.

Rachel said...

Best wishes and Happy New Year. Looking forward to you joining us again!

Adrienne said...

Happy New Year!

Jim said...

Rhodent, I wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
I truly do wish for your happiness.

Hurry back!

Green-Eyed Lady(GEL) said...

Happy Holidays to you again. (I hope these wishes posted on an earlier post to you before Christmas.)
~~~Happy New Year Rhodent to you and yours! ~~~~~

Chanukah is a minor holiday, but it's significance is very important. It's a holiday of religious freedom. This season is full of peace of love to all, like you say so well, blogging friend.

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