Sunday, December 25, 2016

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah from the Reds

RHYS: We know you're all busy today so we're keeping our greeting brief but warm.

From our house to yours, whether your Christmas is white or tropical, may your day be filled with love and laughter, plenty of good books to read by a warm fire, and , as the old song says,
"May your days be merry and bright, and may all your Christmases be white!"
               Hank, Hallie,Lucy, Rhys, Deb, Julia and Rhys

Hallie's beautiful Hanukkah flowers and Rhys's tree:


  1. The Hanukkah flowers and the tree are beautiful.

    Wishing everyone all the joys and blessings of the season . . . .

  2. A very Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukah to all!

  3. Wishing all the Reds and all the commenters a joyful holiday. Thank you for a wonderful year of posts and conversations. May joy and gratitude be with us all now and in the new year.

  4. A very Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah to all the Reds and all the lurkers. Peace on earth

  5. Happiest of days to you, darling ones! We love being with you every day... May all your dreams (the good ones) come true!

  6. Thank you, Reds, for sharing your creative genius with us, so that we never run out of reading material!
    Wishing you and your families and all the families of your readers many blessings and peace!

    Deb Romano

  7. Peace and joy to everyone!

  8. Thank you so much for the gift of this wonderful blog every day of the year. I enjoy it so much! Wishing each of you a blessed, happy holiday with lots of family time and all you treasure most.

  9. Happy holidays and peace on earth to everyone! May you always have the comfort and company of a good book!

  10. Happy Holidays to all you Reds.

  11. Many thanks to all of you for all the enjoyment you've given me (and my wife, and my mom, and...) over the years. I hope all the Reds and other denizens have been having a wonderful Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or whatever you celebrate.

  12. Happy Hanukah to Hallie (and Hank ?)

    Merry Christmas, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice, Happy Holidays or whatever you celebrate during the holiday.

    Sorry for the late post.

    On Christmas Day, I decided that I needed a break from Social Media (sorry I did not want to read political stuff from FB news).

    I was reading the Sunday NYT and it mentioned hygge, a Danish tradition of celebrating Christmas. That's me that day!