"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
And Merry Christmas to you too John (I googled nadolig llanwen just in case that wasn't what you were saying!)It's beginning to snow here again. I'm hoping it'll only be a smattering this time as I've had enough for one year.
Loved the singing - made my morning ;-)Happy Christmas to you all.Should I be wishing you a green or even a slushy or muddy Christmas in preference to a white one?It did look beautiful out there though.
Snow I could deal with. I know ice is nasty and I wish you didn't have any.But you did bring a smile to my face. Sorry for that. Don't mean to make light of your discomfort.Thank you, John. Merry Christmas to both of you, too. I hope you get to spend a warm, Happy Christmas together. ♥
And a cheery Ho Ho to you to. Thanks for the giggle this morning.
A delightful song, very well done!I have been reading but laziness affected my commenting. I thought feeding the fowl warm pasta a brilliant idea.Hoping the weather does not dampen your Celebrations. Keep in mind, spring is one day closer.Merry Christmas!
My goodness, you have a lovely voice! I'd like to hear you sing one of those Welsh choral songs next! What a lovely day it looks there....even with the "bleedin'" snow. xxxxx ooooo
Chin up John...we are past the solstice now, so each day gets longer...Spring must be coming!Happy Christmas to you and yours too!
Merry Christmas to you and Chris and I really do hope you both have a lovely time.Thank you for a years worth of wonderful blogs and I look forward to the new year, I'm sure they will be just as entertaining...Briony
AND you can sing! You first series must be in the bag by now. Have a good Christmas, John - despite the bleedin' snow.
Merry Christmas Bah Humbug John!
Ho ho ho and a Meri Kirihimete to you from New Zealand, where it's too bleedin' hot and sticky and not very Christmassy at all. Your blog has become essential daily reading, thanks for the laugh. I hope the pipes have thawed and you have plenty of hot water now!
what snow, you have only got a sprinkling!!! Come over to my house and then you'll have something to complain about!!Merry Christmas to you and yours also!Gill in a freezing cold and snowy Southern Ontario, Canada!
Merry Christmas to you two also!Thank you for my morning serenade.
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Merry Christmas to you and Chris too, John!That little bit of snow!?! You wouldn't last a week in Canada's winter! lolJim
Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year to you too John!
We're used to the bleedin' snow here, but that doesn't mean we don't get sick of it, too. Merry Christmas to you and yours and remember that the days are getting longer now, and Spring will come.
I hate the bleeding stuff myself - snow, ice and cold! Well, at least you can sing about it!Merry Christmas, John and to all your household too!
Your singing voice reminded me very much of Matt Cardle who by the way has got his auto-bleeding-biography out!!! I saw it in W.H.Smiths on Fargate at lunchtime. Why not ask Chris to buy you it as a bleeding stocking filler?
All i can say is have a great Christmas and com'on down to Florida anytime.Sue.M
Merry Christmas to you too John! I agree with Ferris Jay...your singing made my morning....now I'm off to make more cookies and maybe some sausage rolls. Enjoy your day as best you can and don't freeze your 'buns' when out feeding your critters! Take care.Maura :)
i can't imagine you boring yourself with all those critters around!! have yourself a wonderful day.
thanks everyonePUD.....i MAY WELL BLEEDING DO THAT!
It does look lovely there. I have been in Europe 5 times and have always wondered what it looks like in winter. Thanks for the singing and the video.. Good job~ made me laugh this morning ...ta ta for now from Iowa USA..Have a great Christmas..~!We have snow 5 inches with promise of more snow tomorrow...another 5 inches.. If one doesn't like what it's doing in Iowa today I always tell them wait until tomorrow.
Such a cheery little tune! :-) I think that I would prefer the snow to the deluge of rain we're receiving at the moment. Happy Christmas to you!
oh that's good, more singing! Like to hear your accent.
Merry Christmas, John. You have a lovely voice. The choir would be lucky to get you.
Merry Christmas to you and Chris. The snow will be gone soon, I hope. I keep telling myself that. We are due for a very white Christmas.Thanks for the warm pasta tip. I gave my puppies some this morning after their play in the snow. They loved it.
Have fun in Beverly's back porch with her puppies! You Welsh sure know how to make the most out of the snow. X
Loved the singing video! Merry Christmas my friend.
Merry Christmas to you and yours! ~Andrea~
Nadolig Llawen a Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!
john!and a happy new year to you
I love what you've done with that Christmas carol! You'd last three seconds in Canada.Beautiful scene!
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