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Wednesday, 21 December 2016

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Ana @ things mean a lot

The same to you, Helen! Thank you for being so thoughtful and kind, and all the best wishes for the holidays and for the New Year.

Stefanie

Oh dear, it sounds delightfully chaotic! Your daughter's carols crack me up! Ah kids. A very merry Christmas to you and yours and a happy New Year!

Harriet Devine

And a very happy Christmas to you. Lovely post!

kaggsysbookishramblings

Happy Christmas to you to! Your post did make me smile - and yes, Charles Williams' books are a bit bonkers aren't they? :)

Jenny @ Reading the End

I humbly confess that I replaced certain lyrics of a certain Christmas song with the word "poo" myself today. Ostensibly it was to entertain my godson, but since he is in fact only three months old and cannot appreciate it, that is a rather thin excuse.

Merry merry Christmas to you and yours!

Helen

Thank you all for your lovely comments and good wishes! I hope that you are enjoying the holidays as much as I am.

Thanks Ana! I hope you are having a very peaceful and happy time. 2017 is definitely going to be better.

Stefanie - I think 'I Saw Three Poos Come Sailing In' was perhaps my favourite. :)

Harriet - Thank you! I hope your cats are a bit less fond of Christmas trees than Clara is.

Karen - They are indeed bonkers! I found this one a bit much, but then perhaps the End Times in high summer aren't really the best read for Christmas after all. I hope you're having a lovely time and reading lots of great books.

Jenny - It wasn't 'Jingle Poos' was it? Nobody can resist that one, surely... I am almost certain that your godson understood and appreciated every word. Happy Christmas and New Year!

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