Friday, 16 December 2016

Chrimbo Greetings



Here is my Christmas Card to you all in blogland. I think it lies just on the right side of good taste.
This morning, in this virtual world, it comes plopping onto your computer mat with my best wishes and thanks and I hope we can forget the bad things in life, just for a week or so, to enjoy a bit of frivolity with baubles.
So on behalf of an over worked Prof, a sexually demanding bulldog, a couple of old terriers,Mary the puppy and Albert the wide eyed cat, I send you commentators, followers and lurkers...all the best of wishes.
I'll also take the opportunity to send a virtual card to the cast of characters who lurk here in Trelawnyd. So to Mrs Trellis, Auntie Glad, Gay Gordon and Big Mary, Pat the animal helper, Jason the affable despot, Gaynor the mad organist ,Mrs Frazer et al , I hope you all have a very merry Christmas!



65 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas to you, the Prof and to your loved ones. Thank you for your lovely blog. Thank you John.
    Greetings Maria x

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  2. A very merry Christmas to you and your crew!!

    I'm sure someone appreciates the classy card

    ♥ ♥ ♥

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  3. Thanks for the idea which I will happily steal. By the way, what are tinsel tits?

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  4. A very merry Christmas to you the prof and your menagerie, hope you enjoy your time with family and friends . Best wished from me and my menagerie x

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  5. I am now wondering to whom your bulldog makes its sexual demands. You can love your pets too much, you know.

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  6. Tinsel Tits are not manufactured in California --I just now checked. Happiness to you in this and all seasons, John.

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  7. Thanks John and a Merry Christmas to you and Chris. (The tinselled tits ladies look totally flat chested to me).

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  8. Merry Christmas John, the Prof and all the furry animals. (I'm feeling very Christmassy today now that I'm back in grey, damp England.) xxx

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  9. A happy Christmas to you, The Prof and menagerie. Very many thanks for your wonderful blog, it keeps me and I am sure many others highly entertained.

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  10. ta muchly, luv! my saggy tinsel tits hope you have a good time in kent for the holidays.

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  12. Love the Christmas holidays. Get to see all the grandkids and great grands. Get togethers with brothers and sisters. Food and family :)

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  13. No, as usual, just on the wrong side of good taste, but I s'pose that's why we all love you. Merry Christmas to you and The Prof.

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  14. Merry Christmas and Happy New Years! to you and yours. Thank you for letting us into your world again this year.

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  15. A Very Merry Christmas dear John and crew. And thanks for being there.
    Cheers Peter

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  16. Thank you for a wonderful Christmas Greeting, John. God bless you all in Trelawnyd and best wishes for a blessed and very happy Christmas! xxoo

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  17. Thank you for that, John, and the warmest Christmas wishes are sent to you and yours. Have a fab time. 💋🎄🎄🎄🎆🎇🎆🎇

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  18. Thank you and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, the Prof, Mary and Winnie et al.
    I start my day with a fresh cup of coffee and a fresh day on your blog.
    I think my days are Merrier because of that.
    Have a jolly time this Christmas, I hope Santa brings you nice surprises.

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  19. Merry Christmas to you all too xx 🎄🎄🎉

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  20. I need as many tinsel tits in my life as possible. Thank you.

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  21. And the best of the season to all of you and yours!

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  22. And we hope you have the bestest and merriest Christmas as well...and a special Merry Christmas to Albert (my own personal favourite among your furry collection,)

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  23. Thank you, John, and I hope you and all your family have the happiest holiday season!

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  24. I'll give "tinsel tits" a try as a new term of endearment and see how My Rare One likes it. So if you don't ever hear from me again . . . .

    Merry Christmas to you and the Prof and to everyone in Trelawnyd. Have a wonderful holiday season!

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  25. If only mine were that perky (sigh!!) A very Merry Christmas to you John and the Prof and your four footed beasties. May it be a peaceful and blessed one!

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  26. Thank you...and a happy Christmas to you and the Prof and all the rest of the 'cast' who reside in your cottage..x

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  27. Happy Christmas to you, to all the rest of the residents of your cottage and all of the cast of characters who make your blog so interesting to read. Especially to Aunty Gladys, give her a hug and a smile from all of your readers so she knows that many people love her! Hope you have a great time and a relaxing time!

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  28. Thank you so much for the Christmas greetings and also for all the blog posts you have shared with us during 2016.

    A very Happy Christmas to you and yours.

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  29. Merry Christmas to you and yours..... Thank you for the laughter and tears that is Life as you're living it!

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  30. A very Merry Christmas to you and the Prof and a Happy New Year. Thank you for sharing your life with us it brightens up dull days with a titter here and there. Hope Santa brings you lots of pressies :)

    Sue R

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  31. Merry Christmas to you, too! As our very own Texas humorist, Kinky Friedman, said: "May the God of your choice bless you this holiday season."

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  32. Imagine what these ladies must look like today

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  33. Merry Christmas. Since it's still a week away, does this mean we're not going to be hearing from you for a while?

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  34. Merry Christmas John. I had my hair cut like the tinsel tits ladies today. I must get a tight lacy jumper and a set of pearls to complete the look. :)

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  35. A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you both. Also not forgetting the dogs, birds and sheep. Love Andie xxx

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  36. Hope you and the prof have a very merry christmas and you both get to spend some time together! I'm a follower, read every day but rarely comment. Love to read all the other comments though!! Greetings from W. Canada where it is veeeeeerrrry cold!!

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  37. A very "Merry Christmas" to all of you at the cottage!

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  38. Happy Christmas GG, congrats on your blog a nice balance of daily life and life lessons, though too much Walking Dead (or is it Waking Dead crap).

    Make sure Albert gets a nice tasty snack (raw shrimp perhaps).

    Have a great Xmas.

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  39. Have a wonderful Christmas John. Thanks for giving me a laugh on many days.

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  40. Is this the same card Mrs. Trelllis and Auntie Glad received?

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  41. Happy Christmas to you, the Prof and your family of furries! xxx

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  42. Have a super Christmas John - and the Prof. Put your feet up. You are not necessarily over that illness yet.

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  43. Same to you Bauble Balls.xx

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  45. Merry Christmas to you, and the Prof and all the animals!

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  46. You gave me a scare - thought I must have missed a week in the calendar somehow :)

    Very ... er ... festive ... card ...

    Seriously, thanks for writing all year long. Your blog is highly entertaining and enjoyable. Have a lovely holiday with the Prof and the pets/livestock.

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  47. Merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas
    Merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas
    Ring ding a ling
    Ring ding a ling
    Ring ding a ling

    "Carol of the Bells"

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  48. Merry Christmas and Happy everything else, John! Sending best wishes to you and the Prof, the dogs and Albert, all the denizens of the Ukrainian Village, and all of your neighbors in Trelawnyd. Thanks for the good cheer!

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  49. All the very best to you all - human, feathered, and furry, for the happiest of Christmases and a wonderful 2017. May all your wishes come true.
    Special hugs, of course, to the gorgeous Winnie !

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  50. Festive greetingsxx
    Arilx

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  51. Thank you and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and all your household. A lurker!!

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  52. Thank you for the time and effort that goes into each daily blog.Have a restful and peaceful Christmas and may you be rewarded with a very large scotch egg. Fi xxxx

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  53. And to you, the prof, and your menagerie. With a special scrooch for Albert.

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  54. Merry Christmas to you as well. Love the card.

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  55. All the best to you, as well!

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  56. Thanks. Merry Christmas to you and your entire village.

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  57. Happy Christmas to you John and Chris and all your menagerie!
    Give my love to Kent when you are there. Xo

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  58. Merry Christmas, John, to you and your household and menagerie, and the denizens of the village.

    PS Your card reminds me of my mom in old photos [that desperate smile and cinched waist]--I think she was very happy when the 60s came and she could be a hippy in jeans instead.

    lizzy

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  59. I always feel grateful this time of year and look forward to the incoming.
    Happy to have your posts. It brings happiness and hope. The best to you and yours.
    And now regarding tinsel tits....i had a friend who always said hers hung like eggs in socks...cheers

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  60. Merry Christmas to all of you! You are a bright spot of insight and humor, and I enjoy following your blog, John! Have a lovely holiday.

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  61. A very Merry Christmas and excellent New Year to you, the Prof, all your dear animals and the village at large. I hope you have a very happy and restful time in Kent.

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  62. And a very Merry Christmas to you, the Prof and all your furry and feathered family, from me, Alan, Suky, Mavis, Ginger and all the feathered, annoyingly confined two legged girlies. Hope it's a good one for you all. xx

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  63. Merry Christmas to you, the Prof and your whole menagerie. xxx

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  64. Happy holidays back. I always look forward to your posts, and thank you for making so many. Happy 2017 while I'm at it.

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