Thursday, December 20, 2007
My daughter made this box for me in her Grade 8 Waldorf School woodworking class and it's sitting on my new IKEA quilt cover. (These are important facts in the grand scheme somehow I'm sure...)
That was fun. Now let's get Christmas over and roll into 2008.
I think the idea of the Haiku competition is to be commended; contributions are always interesting reflecting what seem to be relaxed different personalities.
Best wishes for Christmas!
the luck of the draw to strike
a positive note
when all I was doing was wishing you good travels. glad to know you made it back safe and sound. feel free to draw another name.
how about sonnets next time? that could keep everybody occupied on along winter's night.
Susan, you have to accept your prize. Feel free to re-gift it, but you won't want to.
Fairlane and Scarlet - you are such good bad losers - always fun.
Thanks Abhay and Lindsay, two of my favourite gentlemen.
Beth, your work was just fine.
I haven't had a chance to visit my favorite blogs lately, so I'm catching up.
I just read your post about the trains. I once took a train from Vancouver to Montreal, and it was wonderful...!
my email is:
but that actually should show up on my profile, I don't know why it wouldn't ...
In any case, greetings and merry everything to you.
And now Gary whispered to my ear, that this price would be a shoe-box, empty - unless you count the three pebbles of goat dung carefully wrapped in silver foil. Those are within.
Without are the gods who declare Merry Christmas and such. So far these gods have not found any irregularities of this rigged Haiku contest.
Until they thunder from the places above in dismay, the situation is such:
HAVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS AND WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS!
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