Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Grandma, her Prince, and Holiday Wishes

The second installment in the saga of my grandmother and her Indian prince can be found here at Totebags & Blogs. I hope you'll stop by and take a look.

With our usual great timing, Goldisox and I have managed to come down with something that's a cross between the Cold from Hell and a low-grade flu. I must say our red noses could give Rudolph a run for his money. Not exactly the holiday season we'd been dreaming about.

Still we're here, we're happy, we're healthy (colds don't really count in the grand scheme of things), we have a roof over our heads, food on the table, and good friends. If more is required for a good life, I don't know what it could be. (More yarn? A set of Addi Interchangeables? Somebody stop me . . .)

Wherever you are, whatever you celebrate I hope you have the merriest, happiest, most joyous ever!


Blogger Katminder said...

Absolutely! This ol' knitter is looking out the window at a scene from 'inside a snow globe'! It's beautiful, Christmas-y, and wonderful! Can't wait to read your story, I love thinking about the old pics and wondering about my greats, their lives, their hopes and dreams. You make those things come alive, Merry Christmas!

10:19 AM  
Anonymous carol said...

Holliday greetings and happiness to all.

10:35 AM  
Blogger Kerry said...

Feel better soon! Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a healthy, happy New Year!

10:40 AM  
Blogger LisaB said...

You have it right,you have each other and your health, a home and food on the table. California is just wet and cold, nothing like back east. Hope you feel better soon, and a Happy Holidays to all you lovely authors, readers, and knitters.

3:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you and your husband feel better soon!
I loved the story about your grandmother. Wouldn't you love to know the whole story of her life? She certainly knew how to live?



9:50 PM  
Blogger Dawn Brocco said...

Hope you and hubby feel better real soon! Ad a Most Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years to you!

8:41 AM  

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