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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Merry Christmas one and all!

Well my darlings, I have been a neglectful mermins, not wishing you all a wonderful Christmas, or swimming onto your blogs to pass on seasonal tidings of comfort, joy and watermelons.

However, blame the busiest season for Christians, together with being in hospital with a burst ulcer, yucky yuck, as well as a lot on at work... you get the picture... mermins not lucky enough to get the opportunity to even see her own blog and the lovely comments you posted. Thank you.

I do hope you have all had a lovely Christmas; I was thinking of you all on Christmas eve at my mum's, wishing I could get onto the internet and post yuletide greetings to you. So I hope that the Christmas week was lovely for you all.

And I do wish you all a fantastic New Year. Whatever the New Year may bring. I know that whatever trials await me (including an endoscopy on 20th January and a 98k hike in February, My God is able! I can trust that I won't have another dull year this coming year. Whether redundancy, or ill health, or - no, I am sure this year will be mermin's year for love - or the loss, then, of my sanity completely, that 2009 will be a year of growth, comfort, fellowship and new opportunities.

So every blessing to you all for 2009 and beyond. And May the Mermin of happiness throw plenty of fresh fish your ways.

Mermaid, formerly of Moorgate

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4 comments:

Gorilla Bananas said...

I shall get down on my hairy knees and pray for your welfare and happiness, Sweet Mermaid.

Daisy said...

oh mermaid...how nice to hear from you!!!! and a happy new year to you as well!!!!

if this is the year you lose your sanity...make sure you call...i'll make a special trip over and we can go into the abyss together!!!!

stay as lovely as you are...xoxox Lisa

Mermaid of Moorgate said...

Thank you dear GB! And lovely Daisy, thanks for the offer of company in my lunatic years! Woohoo!

gimme a minute said...

Just so long as you don't lose your Santy.

Have a good one.