Monday, 21 December 2015

Season's greetings

The druid and I would like to wish you all a happy winter solstice.

I hope you'll celebrate appropriately by feasting, drinking, kissing under the mistletoe, telling stories or singing songs.

Today is the last day I'll be tweeting dodgy festive jokes. (They are too terrible for the blog)

25 comments:

  1. Thank you, Patsy. Enjoy the festive celebrations and I wish for you continued success and happy writing in 2016.

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  2. Ooh, the days will be drawing out from tomorrow, the Sun won't abandon us for ever. Btw, I don't refer to Rupert Murdoch. I shall miss your jokes. How many years of cracker jokes has it taken you to collate all these.

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    1. Some of them were even too bad for crackers, Beatrice.

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  3. Very best wishes to you Patsy and congrats for all your achievements this year. Now I shall have to go and investigate these jokes?

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  4. Enjoy the celebrations, Patsy.

    More festive jokes...:D

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  5. Have a great Christmas and I'm sure we'll get to meet up again sometime in the new year x

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  6. ah how have I missed your tweets? I'll have to go see if we're connected :(

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  7. Yay shortest day, now we can look forward to the nights pulling out! My family all love these long nights, but I don't. Happy winter solstice xx

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    1. Winter would be better if there was less of it, I think, Teresa. The novelty soon wears off.

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  8. Happy Christmas, Patsy. I hope you have a great time.

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  9. Thanks Patsy - the Solstice passed off wet and happy! Now it even feels lighter! What a wonderful Druid ... have some very happy festivities ... cheers Hilary

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  10. Best wishes to you and the druid (love his beard) for a cracking Saturnalia. Enjoy the feasting. Have been groaning quite a bit at your festive jokes :)

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    1. Sorry about them, Tracy. I've stopped now - honest.

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  11. I love the Winter Solstice! Now we can begin looking forward; no matter how bad the winter weather we can anticipate longer days - and snowdrops. I have done my share of groaning at your festive jokes. Wishing you all the best for the festive season and 2016.

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  12. Love the druid! Wishing you a happy festive season and all the best for 2016 x

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