Thursday 24 December 2009

The chances of reading a blog post from me tomorrow are nil. Not you understand, because I've run out of things to say. Oh no. Because I'll be too busy. Probably, but no. Enjoying the company of some friends and my beloved parents. Yes, but no. Because: I'm enormously sentimental; I cry at anything.... and a Christmas post would end up being a big ol' wallow fest.
If I could have one wish, it would genuinely be for Peace On Earth. I wonder, often, if there would be so much conflict if women were more deeply involved. And so as not to turn this into a speech by a Miss World contestant, I'll get on with wishing you a really happy and peaceful Christmas, if not surrounded by, then assured of the love of your family and friends.
The whingeing will re-commence - sooner than you'd like, probably. C'mon back y'all.


Chrissie said...

Thank you for your Christmas greeting Julia and I'm sending those words right back to you!
Sentimentality is some thing I happen to be an expert in...I've always been know as the family member who would cry 'to see a cat miaow' so I totally understand your feelings at this time of year.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful time and I'm so looking forward to your postings in 2010.
Until then I'll wish you the joys of the season (from a grumpy old woman to a grumpy young woman LOL!)

Anonymous said...

Love the peace ornament and wish you a peaceful day tomorrow and time to have with your immediate family.
Can't wait for the new year and new crafting projects.

Unknown said...

Oh Julia-I think things might be a whole lot worse with women in charge-I'm sorry to say!
Wishing you a very happy christmas and new year

CoventryAnn said...

Christmas is a great time to be sentimental, and i've spent the afternoon sniffling at the pictures watching 'Nativity!'
Blessings to you and yours Julia,

Unknown said...

Have a wonderful sentimental Christmas Julia ... and peace on earth sounds good to me too XXX

Kay said...

Have a lovely Christmas Julia, hope it is everything you could hope for xx

Pam said...

Have a lovely christmas Julia, and as I say to my kids Hugs & Kisses to you and all you love. Pam x

Carmen said...

If you can't be sentimental at Christmas Julia... when can you be? And from someone in the past week who has cried at Elf the film, at a card received from a bloggy friend and at watching the kids sprinkling glittery porridge oats over the green outside the house... you're in good company :D We all loves ya :)

Have an amazing Christmas matey. ***hugs***

Lynda Howells said...

Ha..just came across your blog by accident..glad l did..its great, But why l am writing is ..if you go to my blog
you will see that your pink peace sign is the same as the one l write about in "The garlandering the christmas tree party". I live in London. Merry Christmasx lynda

Ann said...

Glad I 'found' you this year Julia as I love your blog posts. They are always funny and often thought-provoking (whether that's intentional or not!).
Have a very Happy Christmas!

Charlie said...

Can't promise you Peace on Earth - sorry Hun. But do bring out an extra Kleenex and have a look at my blog - you might need it. =0)

Merry Xmas to you - we had ours yesterday as we do here in Denmark.

Lyn said...

Right back at you and yours!

Despite having thrown in the Christmas towel before the actual event, I have happily sniffled my way through the seasonal films being shown on this year's 24 hour Christmas Movie channel!