Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas

I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas.


18 comments:

Lynette said...

I adore this, Jim! Thanks!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Jilly said...

And wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas Day, Jim.

raf said...

Good one, Jim! And a Merry Christmas to you and yours and all the best in the new year!

Curly said...

Although I have not been able to get around the City Daily Photo Blogs as much as I would have liked these past few months, especially since the last heart attack, I'd like to drop in at this time to wish you and your family the very best wishes for Christmas.

From Curly at South Shields Daily Photo.

Kate said...

Jim, This is a very clever post! May your holiday be happy and full of joy for you and your family and friends. Cheers for 2009! Have a good new year's eve, y'all!

Small City Scenes said...

A Texas Merry Christmas to you too. MB

Chris said...

Many, many blessings at this holiday season, Jim.

Love the shot. . .I'm trying to do lights from around here, too.

i apologize for such limited commenting lately (and for this cut-and-paste today). Life has gotten in the way.

roentarre said...

Merry Christmas and it is a beautiful shot!

Cilla said...

Merry Christamas

Tanya said...

Now that's a Texas Merry Christmas! Hope yours was great Jim!

Hope said...

Merry Christmas, Jim!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

hope you had a great day, Jim. :)

D said...

What a great sign! HOpe you and yours had a wonderful Christmas.

crittoria said...

Merry Christmas, Jim!! I hope you had a great holiday!!

babooshka said...

I hope you had a fabulous a fabulous Christmas too.

Ms. Hays said...

Merry Christmas TEXAS STYLE!!!

Neva said...

A very appropriate Texan greeting!!!! right back at you.

Anonymous said...

I lived in Texas from 2004-2006 and have a Texan husband that I transplanted in California. I saw this same type of sign and fell in love with it but wasn't able to locate one to purchase while we lived there. Do you happen to have any suggestions where I could find one - preferrable online or in the Austin area?
Thanks! Tess