Monday, December 24, 2007

Happy Christmas

A very happy Christmas to all my readers. I'm spending Christmas at my folks near Saffron Walden as usual. No broadband, no internet and I'm switching my Blackberry off. Well, I might... Ok, I'll try... Have a great time and thanks for your continued readership this year.

15 comments:

Ellee Seymour said...

Merry Christmas wishes Iain. There are advantages to being somewhere without internet access. You won't constantly be twitching to log on, you can relax and enjoy yourself and your family will have your undivided attention.

Anonymous said...

A very happy Christmas to you, too, oh most gracious and tolerant of hosts.

Have a wonderful day with your family.

MostlySafeForWork said...

Iain -- Relax -- Enjoy the break -- Come back refreshed and busy next year. This is the year that Brown resigns. We're going to enjoy the moment! Nick

canvas said...

Maybe see you in the Kings Arms?

:)

Merry Christmas!

M. Hristov said...

Time to thank Iain for his tireless efforts. THANK YOU.

verity said...

The Anonymous in the number two spot was moi. Hit the wrong deal.

freedom to prosper said...

Thanks for your efforts this year and have a great Christmas. All the best for 2007.

Newmania said...

Happy Christmas Iain. Its very brave of you to switch off when Brown is bound to slip out some bad news though.........

Bayleaf said...

Happy Christmas Iain, enjoy a well deserved break and the very happiest of New Years.

elvis costello said...

Merry Christmas, Iain! Buzzing :)

nickckirkland said...

Merry Christmas, Iain. Enjoy the break

ever hopeful said...

Merry Christmas.
Keep up the good work.

mitch said...

You watch something interesting happen while your off,it always does.
Have a good day!.

Jonny Wright said...

Have a great Christmas, Iain. Best wishes.

John M Ward said...

I agree with Ellee, the apparently 251-year-old first commenter to this discussion. I kept away from on-line communication until really rather late in the day yesterday, when I was home again and all alone -- apart from one of the regular feline visitors (they do seem to like coming in the kitchen cat-flap!)

Young Verity really does need to get herself a formal account, as I did, to avoid (a) confusion about accidental anonymous messages, and (b) forgery of comments. Trust me, Verity, it is worth doing, and the quality of your contributions easily warrants that protection.

Botheration! I think I'm becoming a Verity fan...

Anyway, back to Iain: I hope you had a good time yesterday, whether or not you ended up in the Kings Arms.

A friend and I had Christmas Luncheon at the Tiger Moth on the corner of my Estate, which was very good. I then went back to her place for a while, to be set upon by her two Pomeranians, Tiny and Todd. Life is never dull around here...

We all have our own ways to celebrate this special time, and a good thing too! I do hope that everyone -- even the Labour trolls here -- got something good out of the experience and will have been enriched by this very important Season.