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Merry Christmas

Posted by Norah_S Z5 NH (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 25, 05 at 14:25

Hey, merry Christmas everyone.

And may the new year be your pond's best yet.

(Oh, and yours too.)



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RE: Merry Christmas

Thank you Sharon, and Happy Holidays everyone.

Thank you all for the wisdom and humor you've all shared in my first year water gardening. Best wishes for a 2006 filled with love and laughter!


RE: Merry Christmas

Ours was wonderful. Different - with daughter#2 stuck at JKF from 7 AM until 3 PM, and daughter#3 gone before son&DIL and daughter#2 arrived - at least daughter#1&SIL was there most of the day. With our two darling grandchildren!

Life is good.

I hope your Christmas was wonderful too. With good wishes for 2006.

:) Mary

RE: Merry Christmas

late merry christmas all!

RE: Merry Christmas

Ditto on what FTM said...

RE: Merry Christmas

and now we can say HAPPY NEW YEAR and BE SAFE!

RE: Merry Christmas

Amen, sistah! Here's hoping no one has to resort to the infamous "resolution" in order to get the job done this year! :)

Blessings galore,

RE: Merry Christmas

resolution? what's that? i spend my life in a constant state of denial.

Happy New Year

  • Posted by Bonz WI (My Page) on
    Sat, Dec 31, 05 at 21:12

Every year I resolve not to shoot anyone, I've always keep my resolution. Come close to breaking it sometimes, though.

Happy 2006 everyone. Seems like yesterday we were all worried about the Millenium woes. Where DOES time go???

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