67 thoughts on “Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays 2020!

  1. I’m with Wakizashi, it was a present that keeps on giving since I also found your blog. And, as a matter of factly, I’m enjoying some easy to read, hard science fiction right at this very moment. 😂😂 I love it, you said “read a book”.

    Merry Christmas and happy New Years. May you find diversity in the face of adversity, in the best way possible. 🥂🎄🎁

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    1. Hahahah I’m also glad that you’ve been investing more and more time in blog hopping for a while now too! I’m glad that we got to exchange on so many things and share our passion for common interests too. Stay safe, my man. Hope you had a fantastic Christmas day and here’s to the incoming New Year where we’ll have to make the most out of it as soon as possible! 😀

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  2. Merry Christmas, my friend! I hope you both have had a great one. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the parts of this year related to reading, and sharing the love of reading, and don’t see that changing anytime soon. A few days back I’d thought today might be a washout with rain, but while spending a few cold minutes visiting my family in their backyard today it started snowing. A beautiful moment on top of a beautiful moment. I hope you find plenty of those, as well!

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    1. Thank you, my friend! I hope you had a marvelous Christmas as well! Unfortunately, it rained both on the 24th and 25th but snowed properly on the 26th here. So much for our traditional snow-white Christmas in Canada… But it’s okay! We made the most of the day by staying warm and comfy at home! I love your story though. Talk about a Christmas miracle! 😀 Stay safe, Todd!

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  3. Merry Christmas Lashaan! I hope you and Caroline had a good day together. I have enjoyed your blog and am glad I found it this year. I love the Peanuts Batman and Robin. 🎅📚🎄⛄

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  4. The spirit of Christmas is the spirit of love and of generosity and of goodness. It illuminates the picture window of the soul, and we look out upon the world’s busy life and become more interested in people than in things. – Thomas S. Monson

    Have a wonderful Christmas and joyous days ahead with warm laughter. Take care.

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