A Happy Christmas to All

                       Happy Christmas

Thank you, thank you all for sticking with me through the upheaval (and bit of silence) in my life. Your support and continued friendship mean a lot to me.

I hope that everyone has a very, merry Christmas (I will toast all of you from the beach,lol).

Look what I found when we were on a hike, enormous or what!


40 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Is that a poinsettia tree? Very big. I wish you the best for the holidays and hope you have a great time discovering what is growing around your new town and home.

  2. 3

    Kelly O said,

    Happy Christmas to you, Deb!
    Enjoy the weather and definitely have MORE than 1 holiday cocktail on the beach for us 🙂

  3. 5

    Jennifer said,

    Hi Deborah, I hope that you and Ian have a wonderful Christmas! Jennifer

  4. 7

    lynne said,

    I don’t recognise that tree. What is it? (Of course, you will tell me and I’ll slap my palm to my temple and go “Of Course!” ha ha). Are you getting your apartment straight now? I am still unpacking at my new place, though the amount left to do is negligible now. Next comes the tweaking of furniture placement and the like because I can’t just let things alone until I get it just how I want it.

    Have a wonderful, warm, sunny Christmas and enjoy, enjoy, ENJOY!

    • 8

      Hard to believe it is a pointsettia, I have never seen one so tall. Still waiting the sea shipment to arrive, should be any day now. Hope your holiday is wonderful. Good luck with the unpacking.

  5. 9

    Marguerite said,

    and a very merry Christmas to you and your family!

  6. 13

    Barbara H. said,

    Thanks for continuing to post for those addicts among us, Deborah. Best wishes to both you and Ian for a wonderful Christmas and a happy, enriching new year as your lives unfold in this new location.

  7. 15

    Deborah, wishing you and Ian a wonderful holiday with lots of love and laughter. 🙂

  8. 17

    Anna said,

    A most Happy Christmas to you Deborah 🙂

  9. 19

    Dear Deborah, It must be so strange to be celebrating Christmas in your new world, when you are so accustomed to the cold and icy world of Canada! But I am sure you are comfortable with that change. I do miss your special Kilbourne Grove posts, but look forward to your exotic posts too. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!

  10. 21

    So nice to hear from you again Deborah and I wish you a very Happy Christmas in the warmth and sunshine. By 2011, no doubt you’ll be able to reel off a host of exotics that you’ve discovered.


  11. 23

    Alice Joyce said,

    And a Happy Christmas to you, Deborah!
    What an adventure… keep us posted;~D

  12. 25

    And a Merry Christmas to you, as well! Poinsettia trees! You really are in a new zone.

  13. 27

    teza said,

    Indeed, while you are toasting from the beach I shall have shovel in one hand….. wishing you and Ian the happiest of hoidays seasons and the best for 2011… oh and some sand in the sheets Christmas Eve… rubbing it in and such… LOL!!

  14. 29

    Jean said,

    Have a wonderful tropical Christmas, Deborah.

  15. 31

    Barbara said,

    Merry Christmas and all the best to you in your new abode, Deborah.

  16. 33

    What a beautiful tree!! I hope you had a wonderful Chrismas! 🙂

  17. 35

    Wendy said,

    Hope you had a Merry Christmas too! I’m enjoying living vicariously through you. Your new adventures are really exciting!

  18. 37

    merry christmas and a happy new year, i expect you miss the snow terribly but the beach must make for it a little bit lol…:) have a wonderful new year now!

  19. 39

    Happy holidays Deborah. Sorry I’m a little late, just catching up after all the Christmas craziness! Enjoy your festive cocktails on the beach, and Happy New Year!

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