Thursday, December 24, 2009

It's Hard to Type with Your Finger Aside of Your Nose

Ft. Harrington on Christmas Eve, 2009. Kelsey and Guinness are in the picture because, well... YOU just try taking a picture around here that doesn't include at least one or two furballs.

One of the very few advantages that blogs have over newspapers is that blogs like this can wish their entire readership "Merry Christmas" -- individually! So, here goes, alphabetically:

Adam, Brenda, Brian, Carolyn, Chris, Dann, Demitria, Fred, Jessamyn, Linda, Lucile, Lynda, Margaret, Mary Ellen, Mike, Ronnie, ronniecat, Ruth, and Vicki:

Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

ps - if your name is not there, please help me to get over my embarassment by letting me know right away, and I'll fix it.


Adam said...

Same to you Dad. See you tonight.

Anonymous said...

You have many more readers than you know. :-)

Happy Chrismahauhnakwaanzstice.

Brian Fies said...

Beautiful. Thanks.

Adam said...

OK, tried like hell to find where the stocking was. Can't do it.

Impressive Dad.

Sherwood Harrington said...

Here's the pre-Photoshopped version, Ad:

Nostalgic for the Pleistocene said...

This picture oughta be in the dictionary next to the definition of "home." Cozy and cheering!

A Very Merry Yule to you all!

ronnie said...

Beautiful! (And thank you! How nice to go where everybody knows your name. And they're always glad you came. ;) )

Everyone should have someplace like this in which to spend Christmas.

Merry Christmas to all at Fort Harrington!


Ronnie said...

Like the other ronnie said, it's nice to be with those other friends/fans in your greetings and feel part of something special ---

The pictures are just great - thanks -

Dann said...

Merry Christmas to you as well, Sherwood. And to all the other residents of the Fort!

CJ said...

I love to see the pictures of the Ft. decorated for Christmas by Mrs. Fort. It is amazing how similar our decorting styles are considering that we were both raised in a home of stark contrast to our style. Sorry the gum drop tree didn't work out. I didn't fully consider the pillaging, cheeky ways of the furry residents. Happy New Year, CJ