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Monday, 24 December 2012

Christmas 2012

Merry Christmas 2010


All three of us are taking a bit of rest over this holiday season and there won't be any serious blogging this week (unless I change my mind). But you should for sure check in here tomorrow, Christmas day, for a special presentation I know will delight you.

After that, there will be some minimal posts and of course, Peter Tibbles has been hard at work on his annual Toes Up editions - a remembrance of the musicians who died during 2012 - that will be published here next Sunday and Monday.

Wishing every one of you a joyous celebration with your family and friends.


At The Elder Storytelling Place today, a wonderful holiday gift - the return of Lyn Burnstine: I Used to be Battery-Operated; Now I'm Hard-Wired


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Hello Ronni, I think you might be interested in a BBC piece entitled - "The Cambridge lab where they test how elderly people use technology." Being elderly myself I couldn't find a quicker way to send you the piece! Its a short informative and sympathetic video piece. Kind regards Enna Paled.

This is the time of year I reflect back on the good and bad - and learn from my experiences. Overall, I think it turned out to be another good year.

Hope all of you feel the same.

Happy holidays to each and everyone. It has been my pleasure to share frustrations and insight.

Yellowstone here . . .

Merry Christmas to you, too...

Wishing you a happy, peaceful Christmas and a healthful and fulfilling New Year! Thank you for another year of interesting, enlightening and thought- provoking posts. I'm looking forward to what's in store from you in 2013.

You continue to be my first stop every morning. I used to start with John Bailey's gentle mutterings, but he's let his blog go. I miss him. I'd miss you too, but you rarely offer me a gentle wake up. Obviously I don't need one.

Happy holidays to you and Ollie. Hugs from here.


Wishing you a joyous celebration of the holidays,Ronni, Ollie and Crabby.

Love to you all.

Hope your holiday is warm and cozy. All my best to you Ronni, and Ollie.

What Celia said!!

Merry Christmas Ronni. Lovin the book you recommended - Travels with Epicurus

Merry Christmas to all of you from Ballarat in Victoria, Australia. It is cool, sunny, and breezy in the Central Highlands of the Great Dividing Range this morning. I hope the New Year is good for you and Time Goes By. I love your work!

Best wishes to all three of you - Ronnie, Ollie and Crabby.

Oops...make that Ronni, Ollie and Crabby

Wishing all of you a holly jolly holiday!

Same to you Ronni. And Ollie the cat. And Crabby Old Lady!

Merry Christmas Ronni, and thank you for every single one of your posts.

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