Christmas Wishes

Have a happy – and healthy – Christmas!

Let’s hope that, with vaccines developed, next year will end more positively than this.

This photo shows the view from our study window in Yorkshire, in a year when we had snow in England – 2018.

Yesterday, the last day of our ten day tour, I took you to the Pyrenees: to the slopes near Montferrier in the Ariège – you can read all about it here – and to Scaramus, where I had my first experience of snow-shoeing.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

45 thoughts on “Christmas Wishes”

  1. Although the glow of Christmas this year may not shine. If a virus has also thrown its dark coat over us I wish you ,
    a happy and blessed Christmas.
    Werner the Bird Kniper

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  2. I love that photo, I was looking at my pics of 2018 this morning reflecting back on that snow. We just have the river threatening to flood this year…. onwards and upwards. Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas although your family are not physically near this year. xx

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  3. Beautiful photo. We could do with a bit of snow right now.
    Happy Holidays to you and yours, Margaret
    Best wishes for a healthy New Year!
    The Fab Four of Cley 🤶🏻🧚🏻‍♀️🎄🧚🏻‍♀️🎅🏻

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  4. No snow here I hope! There are too many tender plants which don’t take kindly to the extreme cold weather. But I must admit it is nice to see a freshly fallen snow scene.

    Thank you for taking me travelling this year and for being such a wonderful participant in my weekly challenge. I have enjoyed your positivity and humour and look forward to seeing where next year takes us.

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    1. Aw thanks Jude. I consider you a real blogging pal, even though I’d never recognise you in the street. We had snow this morning …. for ten minutes. But eeh bah gum it’s cold out there.

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  5. And happy Christmas to all of you. We had laying snow a couple of weeks ago but no sign of a white Christmas. We’ve been tier 4 for over a week and have started the very odd festivities, without children or grandchildren, with a glorious walk by the sea, in if for the dog who loves a paddle. Roll on 2021 xx


  6. Merry Christmas to you, too, Margaret! I am a little wary of saying it can only get better – but for what it’s worth: hope springs eternal!


  7. Picture perfect – it reminds of one of those animated Christmas card where first a dog runs across the snow and then a knot of Carol singers gather outside the window singing heartily.
    I hope you had a warm and cosy Christmas Day and sending very best wishes to you and to Malcom.

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