Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to Everyone

I just wanted to stop to wish everyone a most joyous Holiday season to all.
Thank you for all of your support to this very new blogger, I hope that I can do more next year for my blog with a little more experience to bring better reading to all.  I have some garden plans in the works
Thank you for the friendship also. This means more to me than anything, as I have no "friends" so to speak that I can actually go with for coffee or anything social.  Where I live, it is a strange small city, where it depends on who you are and what kind of a bank account you can provide to be friends with anyone, or "what can you do for me to be my friend" attitude, it is quite sad.
Everything here is quiet now.  My ICU isn't an ICU anymore, doing quite well and eating like a man now, ex is still sick but getting better, and I am going to start some early tomatoes in my indoor greenhouse, and if I get some warmer days, I am going out to get my cold frames set up for greens in February.  I know, glutton for punishment. The neighbors think I'm nuts. (That's why I have no friends!)LOL
So, everyone, please have a great and wonderful Holiday and we will talk to everyone later.

Love to All


  1. Hi :)

    New reader here, but just had to stop in and wish you a Merry Christmas!

    I understand completely your description of the town you live in . . . as I've lived in one just like it when in the US. 'Chilly' to say the least!

    Enjoy your Christmas with all of those lovely kitties!

  2. So glad your kitty icu patient is better and that your ex is improving too.

    I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a great gardening year in 2011.

  3. Please share your gardening in the cold frame. Love fresh veggies. I have a small herb garden and a woodland wild garden for the wild creatures and me. Too much clay and rocks here. I try to plant native bushes and flowers. Have a great exciting new year.

    I started blogging to promote my book and make friends.Blogging helps keep me from being lonely.

  4. I went back and read your previous post so I'd know who your patient was. I hope he's continuing to heal well.

    I like blogging because I can both listen and be listened to. I don't interrupt anyone, and they don't interrupt me. Also, I can be social when I'm in the mood, and can come and go as I please, and not be wondering when someone is going to leave. I do try to be around people in the flesh from time to time, though.

    Have a great week!

  5. I loved your "How to Dry a Cat" caption!