Saturday, 24 December 2011

Twas the Night Before Christmas

Go and find out why we leave pillows out for Santa on Xmas Eve - as a new Xmas tradition starts on the Fat Quarterly blog.  And a merry Christmas to all of you and God Bless Us Every One, as Kermit's son says to Michael Caine in one of the greatest Christmas films of all time.




21 comments:

  1. Love the pillow and your poem was priceless! Merry Christmas.

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  2. i totally agree. muppet christmas carol is the best ever... i hope you have a very happy christmas lynne. "tis the season to be jolly and joyous!"

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  3. The pillow is perfect and you r poem was so darn creative. You are stepping way ahead of the game with all your creativity!

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  4. Very clever... Have a Merry Christmas!

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  5. Excellent poem - enjoy your Christmas Lynne and all the best for 2012.calitc

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  6. Just taking a break from the endless washing up to say Happy Happy Christmas to you and yours. I hope you have a wonderful time.

    Loved the poem ... and the cushion!

    xx

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  7. May you have a blessed and peaceful M*e*r*r*y C*h*r*i*s*t*m*a*s!

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  8. Cracking poem! Good pillow too. Have a good one. Di xo

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  9. I collect DVD's of "A Christmas Carol". We watched that one with Older Grandson (aged 22 months) last weekend. I hope to get to the latest version (Jim Carey) some time today - it's already Christmas here!

    Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  10. Ho ho ho indeed! Did he take the cushion with him for I'm putting it on my Christmas list! ! !

    Have a great Christmas Lynne and looking forward to lots of fun in the New Year - roll on 2012!

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  11. killer pillow. I like Hadley's genie-arse. snort.

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  12. Heh, you're a complete nutter! But I can't really comment, my dad's been wondering around all day fretting about where he put a teddy bear's sleigh... (no, he still hasn't found it!)

    Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas, and that Santa leaves some fab goodies in exchange for that cushion :oD

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  13. Merry Christmas and ho, ho, ho!

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  14. Brillian Lynne, poem and cushion! A very happy Christmas to you and yours and all your hopes realised for 2012. Xxx

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  15. Loved the poem and the cushion Lynne, you are one talented lady. Happy Christmas.

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  16. Don't you just love The Muppets Chirstmas Carole? We watch it every year with our daughters who are now 18 and 23. Glad to see that someone else thinks so.

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