Monday, December 22, 2014

Merry (Cheap, Yet Heartfelt) Wishes From The Dept. Of Nance

And I mean that, Dearest Readers. Even though I haven't spent cash on boxed cards and stamps, I can still warmly wish you a happy Christmas, Festivus, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, or Holiday Season. Please find time to rest and relax in the Way That You Like Best.

Thank you for reading me. Your continued interest is one of my Favourite Gifts.


  1. I hope your holiday is as good as you're hoping it will be. Remember to laugh and enjoy yourself.

  2. Have a very Merry Christmas, Nance! May you and your family cherish every moment together.

  3. Merry merry! I just scheduled the posting of the annual poem to my blog - with apologies to you because I mostly ignored your advice. :)

  4. Bug--Well..apology accepted...? I would say that my advisory duties have come to an end then. Have a lovely holiday, and as always, give my best to the Professor.

    Karen--Thank you, my dear. We will and we do. It's lovely to see you here in Comments. Be happy.

    phoebes in santa fe--What a terrific wish. I will endeavour to laugh every single day, and not just over the Holiday, but make that my First Resolution for 2015. Happy Hanukkah, and may it be bright and shining with the faces of those you love.

  5. Wishing you and yours A Very Merry Christmas and A Happy, Healthy, and Safe New Year. (tongue in cheek) May I be so presumptuous to suggest you practice what you preach...listen to your own sage advice; and rest, relax, and enjoy your time with family and friends...

  6. Denise Fortney--Thank you. Oh, I really am practicing what I preach. Especially this year, I've simply refused to run myself empty and get completely crazed about everything. As we are reminded in "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas", Christmas will come anyway, and if we have the proper Spirit, we can't screw it up. I find that quite Comforting, and it has been my Mantra this year.


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