Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas


The Christmas Dragon has come to visit and wish a Merry, Merry Christmas to all my friends, readers and followers.

May everyone enjoy peace, love and joy today and throughout the year.


Thanks to everyone for a great year!

As always, thanks for stopping by..........*s*

15 comments:

  1. Dearest Suzy,
    You always surprise us with an unexpected ingredient... Lovely dragon you show us here. Wouldn't mind to see those around in the garden; in a better camouflaged color maybe.
    Merry Christmas to you and it was a joy to read you.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  2. Wonderful, what fun, Purple dragons at Christmas! I've not seen them down here yet, but... a little more brandy with the Christmas pudding might hasten their arrival! Happy Christmas and New Year to you. (Laura says to say how much we enjoyed the catfish on your previous post too.) P, L & NS

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  3. Ah, no wonder you were talking about happy dragons bringing luck and prosperity and good health...same back to you! Barb

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  4. Merry Christmas to you Suzi and best wishes for a bright, healthy and happy New Year.
    Love the cute dragon.
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  5. Yes! Dragons for Christmas! Hope you are having a wonderful holiday ;-)

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  6. I hope your Christmas was everything you hoped it would be and more.

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  7. Thanks to everyone for all the wishes for a Merry Christmas. I'm pleased that the Christmas Dragon was well received; he's a spirited fellow and there never can be too many dragons.
    Love and hugs to all!

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  8. Oh everyone needs a fine purple dragon on the tree! Merry Christmas! Now bring on the unicorns :)

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  9. Everyone needs a purple dragon, and I agree about the unicorn. Funny, I was thinking of painting/carving unicorns for my pieces. Do you think it would be too tacky?

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    1. Hi Sandy and Cathy...Unicorns indeed! Dragons can get pretty tacky too, but unicorns with attitude? I say, "Go for it."

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  10. Now Christmas is gone and the cat's have taken all the ornaments. Now we all look forward to a Happy New Year.

    Hugs

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    1. Hi Elna....we have taken to leaving catnip lures around the base of the tree. Only wish I had managed to get a photo of Aloysius in the tree just after we brought it in!.

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