thud in our house is the cat knocking over ornaments :) Merry Christmas you guys!
That brings back a lot of past Christmases Ah, me!Have a great Christmas!
Gary, Merry Christmas to you and your lovely wife too. Dave, Hope your Christmas is wonderful.
ha. marry christmas techno! i once snuck in to see if santa had come and what i later found to be a punching bag scared me...thinking it was the ghost of christmas...so i dont check the thuds on christmas any more...
The thud is the sound of my little's or our dog Riley knocking over our tree...lol...now if only one of Santa's reindeer would stay here as a gift to little lady as that is all she wants...a real live mommy reindeer...lol...yeah right. Happy hump day!
Lovely writing - once again!TechnoBabe - Thanks for all the goodiesyou share on your blog! And thanks for a great year of blog comments and support! You are that candle in the window - A little guiding light.Thank you.Happy Holidays to you and your Dear Hubby - and all who you love!
What Anne said. It's a lovely poem, and you have been a true friend this past year with comments and visits to my blog home. I wish we could all gather in a room a share a glass of Christmas cheer, so it'll have to come through our virtual home on the Internet.
The atmosphere is perfect in that poem. Well done...
HA! I heard that THUD a year ago! Gave up all the running around, stress over what to buy, let it all go. Gave an anonymous gift to a child in need, been thankful, enjoying all the music, chocolates and cookies and simply enjoying this festive season with no pressure or expectation has been so liberating!!! I am enjoying it! Love to you and your Husband in your new Little Hippy Home and Merry Everything! xoxoxo
I'm sure we will have a lot of those memories when we get a dog or a kid. :)
Brian, Good one, a punching bag. Lori, we each have a thud experience, don't we?Anne, thanks. DJan, we have shared good times and hard times this past year. I will raise my glass of iced tea to you on Christmas day.gaelikaa, thanks for the nice comment.Ina, Good for you letting go of the stress of the holidays. I so love that your heart led you to gift someone anonymously. That is unconditional love.
Kristina, You are making wonderful memories now, you and Adam.
Loved the punch line! I wish you and James a warm and wonderful pressure free Merry Christmas. All my best to you for the season and beyond.
This is so wonderful!
That's so true!LOVE the thud of the pressure dropping!It all eventually does get done, and we can dump that big sack off our backs!'Love your poetry!Have a wonderful Christmas!Love to you, Eileen
Loved it! Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas!
Wishin you and yours a Merry ChristmasThinking of Christmas Eve reminds me of when our youngest daughter uncovered the Santa myth - None of the other kids ever took it so bad.
Heard many thuds one night to find a bunch of pigeons and seagulls in the morning. Perhaps more memorable than Santa actually showing now that I remember it. ;) Have an awesome Christmas TechnoB !!
You made me smile-- I've definitely heard that kind of THUD this time of year before. Nice job.Hope you're 1st Christmas in your new home is happy and bright.xo jj
Stickup Artist, Thank you sincerely. I wonder where you will be and what you will see. I look forward to your photos of wherever it is.Kate, thank you.Eileen, you know what I'm talking about, right? So darn much pressure. Hope your Christmas is awesome.Cheryl, back atcha.lisleman, that gives me an idea for a post!Yo King, pigeons and seagulls would be great fun to wake to. Joanna, we are enjoying this little place better than any previous place. Thanks for the good wishes.
In my living room, it will be a big KA-BOOM, as Christmas hits full force. Yikes. As of now, I have four "Christmases" down, with three and a half to go.One is actually a memorial Mass and gathering after - but the relatives are all long-dead. It will be big, and there will be strong overtones of Christmas and gift-giving, thus the "half."Wishing you and James a wonderful Christmas in your new pad, and every blessing in the year to come.
A thud from Santa is a great sound!I hope you have a great holiday and that you are able to count all of your blessings. I am working on getting better at that.
No, the big THUD yesterday were the carpet installers dropping a roll of carpet on our upstairs landing. Shook the whole house. But at least it's finally in.
Your THUD made me laugh. Wishing you and yours a beautiful Christmas, TB. Hugs to you.
Haha! I love it. You gave me a good laugh tonight, Technobabe. I had a feeling you would! Merry Christmas to you and your husband. I wish you many moments of joy in the coming year.
Love the ending. So true.Merry Christmas to you!
Way too much hoopla and commercialism for me..I would prefer a Christmas from 100 years ago. I do wish you a Merry Christmas:)
Merry Christmas, Techybabes!!!!SXXX
i know that sound.....THUD !!!merry christmas to you and your loved ones....may it be magical and full of memories.....
ROFL... Love it!!! You are so witty!!! Merry Christmas, dear Technobabe!! Just wanted to send you love and best wishes on this Christmas eve!! ~Janine xo
Wonderful poem - holiday pressure can get very heavy!! Merry Christmas! Thanks for stopping by Long Hollow!
The big load and the holiday pressure conjured up a nice image for me. ;-)
Ha, I like that--like a heavy load has been dropped. Yes, in a way it has. No pressure now!
this is delightful!
A belated Merry Christmas to you! The poem is so very merry! I'm pretty sure that thud was Santa.
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