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Tuesday, December 22, 2009
  Holiday Greetings - Part Deux
Monday Mario wished you happy holidays—now it’s my turn. I’ll be in AZ for the holiday visiting my daughter. It’ll be the first trip my husband and I have taken that doesn’t involve a book thing in about four years!!! Needless to say, I’m looking forward to it.

When I get home, it will be back to writing. I’ve missed my routine.

Here are three Christmas pictures for your viewing pleasure.

The first is a Christmas tree made from books. The Adelaide Hills Council Library Service in Woodside, South Australia put this one together. The tree is made from used books for the body, magazine pages for the stars and cassette tape for the tinsel--all old library stock left over from the last book sale. That's what you call recycling.

The second is a Christmas tree decorated with books. Chicklet Books' display is part of the Princeton, NJ Merchants Window Display. The booksellers at Chicklet, also made a menorah out of books.

And what would Christmas be without Santa! Lady K has him captivated. Wonder what's on her list?

Hope she (and all of you) have fun this holiday, stay warm, enjoy time with your family and friends. Just think, in a little more than a week, we start a new year with all its magnificent possibilities.

I, for one, can hardly wait.
She had a very comprehensive and extensive list...she still can't have the pony, not allowed in our HOA neighborhood....

So cool that you get to be with your daughter for the holidays and get to take a non-book related trip.

Happy holidays!!!
Have fun in AZ! We're in Tempe. Hopefully there will be no more rain...

Merry Christmas and have a fab time. The tot, too, has an extensive wish list, though she did get some of them for Hanuakah (lucky girl gets both, lol).

~Suzi and the tot
I was shoveling snow and thinking of you.
It's a bit chilly in lake havasu, but the sky is blue, the sun is bright and I'm happy to be with my daughter. All's right with the world--well, mostly anyway!

We were two hours late out of Denver--weather and de-icing. But it's better to be safe etc etc etc

Happy Xmas, all!!

Vickie and Suzanne-- both your daugthers have great parents--though no pony just because of some dumb HOA rule doesn't sound quite fair!! If you'd care to share pics after the holidays, please do.

Same to all of you!

Oh, Lake Havasu! How fun.

I wrote this for the group steampunk blog I belong to--it took forever, and I'm not sure how good it is, but it's done, lol.

'Twas the Night Before Christmas, Steampunk Style


Merry Christmas. I have to feed the tot and get her dressed for church. The angels have to be there early...

~Suzi and the tot
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