Have a lovely Christmas, dear reader. May you get plenty of goodies in your stocking…
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Merry Christmas Pie… have a good one! (Any chance of snow in the UK for the 25th?) regards.. kiwi 🙂
We didn’t get any snow. Every year they make bets on a white Christmas and every year there’s disappointment. In this respect the tradition has been maintained.
Merry Christmas to you!
Thanks, Oma. I hope your Christmas was good and your recovery is going well.
Is that you on the card, Pie?
I love how you have the gentle snowfall on your blog every year at this time.
Have a great holiday!
I don’t look like a Kewpie-type doll, but I’m glad you like the pic. That was a day’s work with Photoshop, created in my usual last minute panic. Next year I must give myself time to make a better one.
Nothing at all lacking with your card — it’s cute!! And impressive to hear that you created it.
When I get a spare moment from working, blogging and other stuff, I like creating things like this. I don’t do it often enough, but I’m always happy when I get a chance to make a pic, or two.
Cute pic! Have a good un sweetie xxx
Yeah, I thought it was cute. I think I’ll do something less twee next year. A drunken Santa, perhaps…
I Love your image did you create her too? Nice post 🙂
I did create her with my own fair hands, a mouse and Photoshop. This is not a typical post, but I’m glad you like it. I illustrate my writing from time to time when an ordinary photograph or video won’t do. Welcome to my blog.
Love the Greetings! Hope it was a good one for you Pie and all best wishes for the New Year. London Olympics and so much to look forward to!!!
There is so much potential for 2012 I won’t know where to start!
I’ve been very slack on writing about the Olympics this year, from the ticketing farce to the special road lanes set aside for the so-called great and the good. I will do my level best to be on top of it next year, because we both know there’ll be plenty of material to work with.
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