Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Season's Greetings


Time to get the knitted Nativity set out.
The weather does not indicate that we're anywhere near Christmas though. It's wet and mild and not the least bit seasonal.
If I don't get to put a new post in before the holidays begin, then I'd like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year. 


18 comments:

Gosia k said...

Have a great Christmas

Marie Smith said...

Have a good Christmas, though it will be different for you this year. I hope there will be some special moments that will make you happy.

Expat mum said...

Same to you Maggie. xx

Wisewebwoman said...

Have a peaceful time Maggie, it can't be easy for you.

XO
WWW

dianefaith said...

I love your knitted nativity set, and I wish you a good Christmas, Maggie. Did you create that set? My older eyes wouldn't let me do it now, but I wish I'd thought of it years ago.

Shammickite said...

Lovely Nativity set, all warm and cosy in their knittedness! (if that is such a word!)
Happy Christmas to you and your family, enjoy the season, even though the weather isn't really seasonal..... it has been the same here in Ontario, mild and a bit rainy, although a bit colder today. I think it will be a green Christmas this year. I wish you good health and many good times in 2016.

Hilary said...

Shammie and I don't live all that far apart, geographically so my weather is the same as hers and yours. I can't say that I mind.

Stay strong, Maggie, And have a fine Christmas with family and friends. Sending hugs, love, and healing thoughts your way.

Donna said...

Merry Christmas to you as well!
Have a great weekend!
hughugs

ADDY said...

What a lovely knitted nativity group. Did you knit it from memory or did you have a pattern? What a wonderful idea.

Suburbia said...

We have a similar set that mum made - this year Tall Girl set it up so no storm troupers bringing gifts in 2015!
Best wishes Maggie, so sorry you have had a fall. It seems you are doing ok and I do hope that continues. X

Suldog said...

Merry Christmas, Maggie!

Shammickite said...

Christmas Eve..... sun is shining and it`s supposed to be snowy here in Canada but it`s very mild! Happy Christmas to you and your family and all the best for blogging in 2016! Smile smile smile!

Mary Gilmour said...

Best Christmas wishers to you and your family.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Happy Christmas Maggie . . . . isn't it damp and cold outside? Well the shortest day is out of the way anyway. Love Eddie xx

Jackie said...

What a lovely nativity set, Maggie.
I want to take this opportunity to wish you a beautiful and peaceful Christmas.
Thinking of you....and sending you love from across the ocean.
Love,
Jackie

Rose said...

It's cold and wet here, too--I'd much rather have snow than all the rain we're supposed to get over the next few days. I hope you had a Merry Christmas!

cheshire wife said...

I hope that you enjoyed Christmas and can have a Happy New Year.
CWx

Shammickite said...

New Year's Eve, we are heading to the Mayor's New Year Celebration in the Park this evening.... horse drawn sleigh rides (probably hay wagon rides as there's not much snow), bonfire, hot chocolate, music, ice sculptures.
Sending you and your family Best Wishes for good health and lots of good times in 2016! I think this will be a better year.