Something Red & Green

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I’ve been trying to write a post about the Kevin Coyne tribute shows, Gent, and coming back to spend the holidays with my daughter Hazel and Eric’s daughter Luci and her boyfriend Luke. Foie gras, oysters and a huge mysterious bird called a chapon that we ended up eating around 11 PM last night.

I can’t make it all fit together. And I don’t have an appropriate holiday photo either. But I wanted to send everyone who drops by some holiday wishes, cheer, love and gratitude for visiting my blog. It’s been three years since I started writing regularly (or semi-regularly). Even though I find myself straying into Twitter and Facebook, sitting down and writing here is still the most satisfying, and I want to keep going.

Even if it’s a lame, cobbled-together post like this one.

10 thoughts on “Something Red & Green

  1. Mike

    Cheers to you and Eric.Thank you for a wonderful year of blogging, humour, reflection and wisdom.Bit overdue for a trip to Australia, aren't you?

  2. amy

    It was only a matter of time Cynthia! Thanks for the Christmas wishes, glad I got to meet you all this year…Same to you Carl!I always look forward to your posts Peter – hope we see you in person in the new year.I realize I don't have a Facebook link or anything on my blog Kim but I'm out in the open, under my name. Let's meet up in virtual or actual reality soon.Thanks Mike. I do wish for an Australian trip (and can we throw Japan in there too?)

  3. amy

    I'll find you there Robbie! PS hope you received your 45 if not in time for xmas, then for New Year's?Ah, pre-stuffed Kim? Where's Shopi?! It wasn't the easiest bird to cook but it had a fantastic flavor, and really tender meat. Though some members of the family spent way too much time searching for the poor thing's lopped-off balls…

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