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Thursday, 16 December 2010

Safe Journeys

I know from reading my friends' blogs, that some of you are now having a break from writing your posts until the new year. 

I know, also, that many of you will be travelling to spend your Christmas with family and friends.  No doubt some of you will just have to travel a few miles, whilst others will be making quite a long journey.

The weather forecast here in England is for very bad weather coming in again (they have threatened us with bitterly cold winds, snow, ice and rain.  I think they've about got it all covered there).

My prayer for all of you is that the weather will be kind and that you will reach your destinations safely, unharmed, and ready to enjoy the celebrations surrounded by the love of your family.

I know, also, that some of you will not be with family this Christmas and I pray that you will all be able to meet up again very soon in 2011.

18 comments:

Odie Langley said...

Sweet thoughts my friend and yes it is the time for rotten weather. As I type this our parking lot at work is getting a covering of snow. Hopefully it will be better by the time I have to leave today. Take care and receive good thoughts from across the pond.
Odie

Thisisme said...

Thank you Odie. You take care too.

Jumble Mash said...

How nice! I'll still be around at least until Christmas Eve!

Thisisme said...

OK Jumble! You'll be busy hanging up your stocking then!

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

This is so sweet. Merry Christmas to you.

Bouncin' Barb said...

You're a doll. Thank you. I'll be around. Probably blogging that day!

Thisisme said...

Happy Christmas to you too, Tanya.

Thisisme said...

Hi BB! I probably won't be blogging on the actual day, but I will take my laptop to France with me, just in case I get a few spare moments!!

becca said...

agree hope everyone has safe travels

Thisisme said...

Thanks Becca.

Shady Del Knight said...

You are a sweet and kind person, Thisisme! Thank you very much for the holiday wishes. I am aware that severe weather threatens the holiday plans of many and it calls for everyone to proceed with caution. Here in central Florida we are enjoying a fine afternoon in the low 70's now that our cold snap is coming to an end. I have only seen snow flurries two or three times since I moved here in 1984. God bless!

Olive Cooper said...

I seem to take off two to five days and then come back to the blog. I plan nothing Tim like the relaxed retired person I am. No travel for us thankfully. Stay warm♥O

Thisisme said...

Hi Olive. That's lovely that you have no travel plans. Lovely not to have to work to schedules any more, isn't it?!

Thisisme said...

Shady, thank you! Gosh, how I would love to be there with you in the low 70's!! Take care.

Sandra said...

Awww, you are just so sweet. But I will be writing right through the holidays! Hope you will be too!

Thisisme said...

Sandra, I'm hoping to be with my family in France for five days, so will probably have a bit of a break!

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

Merry Christmas to you all; Happy New Year! Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and all the rest. May your travels be safe and your holidays be blessed.

Thisisme said...

Thanks Teresa.