I'd like to wish you all a fine holiday and hope for you to feel the
sparkling kiss of creativity in your woodly endeavors.
May God bless you and keep you and, until we meet, may he hold you in
the palm of his hand.
Best wishes and warmest regards for a wonderful holiday,
"People funny. Life a funny thing." Sonny Liston
Thomas J.Watson - Cabinetmaker (ret.)
tjwatson1ATcomcastDOTnet (real email)
Merry Christmas, Tom. (And the rest of y'all)
I wish a safe holiday season to all.
I decided to stay home and forget trecking across Siskiyou Pass in the
middle of winter from this year on. I'll visit my family in the
safer-traveling summer months. I barely missed the snowstorm (by two
hours last Christmas) which shut down I-5 last year.
"Most Folks Are As Happy As They Make Up Their Minds To Be"
From me and mine as well, a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Finish ornaments for Grand-Daughters.
Help set up buffet.
4:00PM Family gathers for Christmas Eve smorgasbord & gift exchange.
9:00PM Christmas Eve church service. Lots of special music, I'm singing
"Ring the Bells".
10:30PM(?) Oldest Daughters for her Christmas Eve party for my one annual
egg nog & brandy.
Christmas day: LOAF!
And to you Tom.
No creativity hopes on this end though. I have to get this '52 Dodge out of
my garage before I have room to spread much of my woodworking stuff back out
again and knock out a couple more projects. Hopefully within a couple more
weeks. I do have the third bay for that stuff, but with the snowmobile in
there and the rest of the clutter that has accumulated, it's a sad affair
Blessings to you and your family, and to everyone here at the wreck.
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