Thursday, 18 December 2008

Happy Christmas . . .

Door 24

Image from the Bodleian Library Advent Calendar

I'm flying away tomorrow, but I hope that everyone finds what they want behind the last door of the Advent countdown.

xx, Bee

27 comments:

Braja said...

Ok I just need to check, you're talking about Xmas day, right? :)

Merry Xmas Luscious!
love
Braja

Alyson (New England Living) said...

Sorry I haven't been around, as I've been busy being sick and then shopping like a madwoman before the snowstorm hits.

Love the picture of that advent window. Have fun on your holiday!

I love how the British say "happy Christmas" rather than "merry Christmas". Don't know why, but it always tickles me.

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

Dearest Bee, wishing you and yours the happiest Christmas and many blessings for the new year. Have a lovely trip! And see you soon. XOXO

DCup said...

I wish you a very Merry Christmas!

CashmereLibrarian said...

Have a wonderful Holiday on the beach!

Barrie said...

Have a great Christmas!

Elizabeth said...

Merry Merry!
This is a lovely image.
Hope the warmth and sunshine delight you on your holiday.
Snowstorm here in New York today!

Bitty said...

Happy Christmas, indeed! Have a wonderful holiday!

Anne said...

Happy Christmas to you, too! I hope you have a lovely trip, and I'm looking forward to catching up when we're both back and somewhat less harried after Christmas.

Safe travels!

Debski Beat said...

Have a good one Bee !

Beth said...

Happy Christmas to you, too.
I've been following your recipes via Google Reader - my holiday baking pales in comparison!

Brave Sir Robin said...

Be safe, and have a wonderful trip.

Lucy said...

Bon voyage Bee!

Lucy said...

...oh, and Happy Christmas!

Anil P said...

Wishing you a merry christmas.

JaneyV said...

Enjoy your Christmas Bee. I've had loads of fun trailing through your Christmas countdown today. It's the Christmassiest most festive blog ever - you can almost smell the cinnamon and warm spices as the page loads up.

A very Happy Christmas to you and your family.

Dick said...

If you're still reading your mail, have a wonderful Christmas, Bee.

Anna said...

Hi Bee!
Merry xmas and happy new year, happy blogging in 2009!

Anna :)

Sarah Laurence said...

Bee, I love your Advent calendar. That’s nice that you’re flying home to see your family but how sad that Sigmund can’t come. Top of his Christmas list should be more vacation time. Merry Christmas!

k said...

have a great trip!!!!!!
wanted you to know what's been going on with me lately- crappy christmas. but it could have been worse. details on my blog.

Bee said...

Thanks, all! I just spent 8 totally computer-free days, and am so happy to be reunited with house and home computer.

On to New Year's, then!

Barrie said...

Just checking in to see how your Christmas went. ;)

cipriano said...

Here you say that you "flew away".
But on your return, did you find your luggage?
I had some holiday issues with this!
-- Cip

Femin Susan said...

Hi......
Your blog is really interesting... Keep posting.... Wishing you " A Happy New Year''

Braja said...

Hey Bee....Have a wonderful night and a happy 2009!!

Sarah Laurence said...

Happy New Year, Bee! I miss you, but I'm sure you are living it up in sunny, warmer climates.

Bee said...

Barrie - A strange Xmas, but very good in parts. As usual, I have plenty to be thankful for! I'm coming to visit you "just now," as they say in the Caribbean.

Cip - I was very lucky with my luggage. I'm sorry to hear that you were not. Holiday travel is sometimes desirable, and sometimes necessary, but usually unwise, I think.

Femin Susan - Thank you for visiting! I hope to be back into my blogging habit this week.

Braja - You too, friend.

Sarah - Well, I was in a cold (for England) clime for New Year's . . . what did you do? I will be in touch; thanks for thinking of me. :)