Friday, December 23, 2011

We wish you a Merry, Merry Christmas!!

Tom and I wish all of you a very merry (and joyous) Christmastide! 

Thank you to everyone who sent cards and notes concerning my father's death.  The notes meant more than you'll ever know. I wish that I was able to thank each of you individually. 

Guess what?  I stitched a bit this morning for the first time in 5 weeks!!!  I can't believe that it has been that long!  With all the stress and travel this past year, I haven't gotten much stitching done.  I'm hoping to get back into the swing of things soon.  Hopefully 2012 will prove to be more fruitful!


Nancy said...

Merry Christmas Ellen! I hope you and your husband have a happy celebration of the holidays. And, good for you for stitching!

Marilyn said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family Ellen.
And a Happy new Year too.
I hope you find more time to stitch for yourself.

Barb said...

Ellen, I somehow missed the post about your Father's death. I have been wondering about you. I'm so sorry for your loss and my thoughts are with your family. This is a very difficult time to loose someone you love.

Anonymous said...

I hope you have a Merry Christmas and that memories of past Christmases with your dad comfort you...


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diamondc said...

Ellen: You have thanked each and everyone of us by posting a thank-you.
I am sad for your loss I lost my Father three years ago, I am learning to cope.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Sandra said...

Dear Ellen,

I am so sorry to hear about your Father, I have only just found out today as I have not been reading blogs for weeks. Hope, despite your sorrow, you and Tom enjoy your Christmas.

Best wishes, Sandra and Alastair

Margaret said...

I hope you and Tom and your whole family have a very merry Christmas, Ellen. And a happy and healthy New Year.

Lili said...

Merry Christmas!!

Sherry :o) said...

boy, stitching sure helps...I know I missed it earlier this year when I had back issues and then to put needle to thread every day! Not that it happens, but close to it.

Happy Holidays, Ellen!