Wednesday, 24 December 2014

A Very Happy Christmas and a Joyful and Peaceful New Year to all my blogging friends.

23 comments:

yael said...

Merry Cristmas to you and your family.

Elizabeth said...

Happy Christmas!
Wishing you both all good things in the New Year!

Frugal in Derbyshire said...

A Happy Christmas to you too Weaver
Gillx

the veg artist said...

And to you, and thank you for all your wonderful blogging insights into the farming world over the last year!

Cro Magnon said...

I feel that I now know a tiny bit about The Dales thanks to you. Have fun. Cro xx

Linda Metcalf said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Liz said...

Happy Christmas Weaver. Thank you for your lovely blog - it's lovely reading it to keep in touch with life in the Dales as it's our favourite place but we can only be there for holidays.

Gwil W said...

Happy Christmas to you and yours. The required field was not left blank. I am not a robot.

Frances said...

A very Merry Christmas to you and yours! It has been a great pleasure to visit here during the past year and see beautiful Yorkshire through your eyes.

I now look forward to what you will show us in 2015.

xo

angryparsnip said...

Merry Christmas To You, the Farmer and Tess.
One of my best presents was starting to follow you and all the adventures of living on a farm in Yorkshire.

cheers, gayle
The Square Ones

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

Hi Pat!
Merry, Merry Christmas to you and the Farmer and Tess!
xo, m & jb

Frances said...

Happy Christmas from me too. I have enjoyed reading your blog recently and learning a bit about farming in your beautiful part of Yorkshire. X

Rachel said...

Merry Christmas and have a lovely day with the Farmer in the Dales. We will be thinking of you down on the east coast.

Virginia said...

Happy Christmas Weaver, to you and the Farmer. It's a privilege to share your insights into life on the other side of the world, and I thank you for it.

We are sharing our Christmas Day with extended family in a nearby city, expecting a day around 25 degrees.... a far cry from your chilly winter! We'll still have hot turkey, but surround it with cold ham and salads. We bought the ham up and everyone contributes something so it is a reasonably easy day for the host family.

Dartford Warbler said...

Hoping that you and the Farmer have a very Happy Christmas! DWx

Cro Magnon said...

I'm fascinated by the two portrait drawings; do tell!

MorningAJ said...

And to you and the Farmer! Have a wonderful Christmas.

thelma said...

Happy Christmas to both of you and have a marvellous fruitful blogging New Year as well. X

Jane in Wales said...

Happy Christmas to you, and thank you for your wonderful blog!

thousandflower said...

A Merry Christmas to both of you.

Em Parkinson said...

You too Pat. xxx

Joanne Noragon said...

It seems you are drifting peacefully into the new year, and in the most organized fashion to be imagined. Snow on the hill tops but not in the yard would be just perfect.

Devon said...

I agree, books are the best presents to receive. I had to laugh, I watched a Downton Abbey marathon yesterday and will have to go on a long hike today to make up for sitting so long!!

Merry Christmas!!