Merry Ho Ho

It’s the 25th!

Christmas is here, but it’s a stretch for a lot of people to believe.

What with the fact that you don’t have to shovel any snow. That and you can probably get a tan from walking outside in the sunshine while wearing a t-shirt.

Heck, I was cleaning my eavestroughs last weekend. Craziness.

This year has been interesting, but I will talk more about that next week.

I just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday celebration, no matter what you believe in.

At long last, a glimpse of the red wall.
Click to enlarge…

7 Responses

  1. I hope you have a really great Christmas, Jorge!! Just think – by this time next year, your life will have changed so much you’ll have a hard time recognizing it.

    Here’s to love, life, and plenty of laughter! (raises glass)


  2. You haven’t had to shovel snow? Speak for youself! Between our blizzards and hurricanes, we are lucky that Vancouver is still standing this Christmas!

    Merry Christmas to you and the lovely wife (and the little one on the way!)

  3. Jorge, I didn’t realize you were back posting—I’ve missed the significance of the red wall, but love it anyway….
    Have a happy holiday.

  4. It’s funny, here in the desert we actually GOT snow.
    Now how’s that for irony???

  5. Merry ho-ho, though it’s now past…

    Hope it was a great one pour vous and the fam.

    Dad pulled out the lawnmower on Christmas morning, just to say he cut grass on the 25th… he was also hoping to anger Mother Nature and make it snow. We got snowed on, on the 26th. [He should have done it sooner!!!]

    Festivous for the rest of us!

  6. What a beautiful red wall. Also the tree …. I hope all went well and you both had lots of peace , fun and contentment in this season .
    We Need to mow the lawn around here ! But tonight we actually have 0 degrees out LOL. About time … :).
    ah next year .. now that will be another mile stone … Best wishes always…


  7. Look at you and your pretty red wall! You realize that now you have to repaint it to match each season, right? Maybe you can paint leaves and trees on it for autumn.

    Whazzat? Already tried that? Didn’t work out so well? Never mind then.

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