Sunday, December 21, 2008

Happy Holidays

Wishing you
Happy Hanukkah,
Happy Solstice
Merry Christmas
Happy New Year
from our house to yours.
Update to previous post: Lunch guests arrived and returned home safely. Cable guy came and got our Internet problem fixed. The storm wasn't so bad here. We got about 4 inches of new snow, no high wind, no power outage. The airport is functioning with a few delays. So far our flight is on schedule. With three people, luggage and skis, we couldn't get a cab van to come to our house so we're chained up and a neighbor will come along to the airport and drive our van home.
The bags are packed and we're ready to go. We're leaving on a jet plane (we hope)... soon.


  1. Your last 2 lines are a Peter, Paul, and Mary song...Leaving on a Jet Plane.
    So my crystal ball forecast was accurate!!!And a great time is also in your future.

  2. I hope SeaTac continues to function, too, as my son, David, is due in tomorrow to spend Christmas with his brother, Adam, and I and I'm holding my breath!
    Have a safe trip and joyous Christmas!

  3. have a fun holiday vacation. you have more snow than us in so. utah. ours is melting and it's 40 degrees today but we're heading north for holidays and its cold and snowing....oh no.

  4. I love the lights and Happy Holidays to you and your family Linda..

  5. Glad it turned out well in the end Linda. - Dave

  6. Happy Christmas to you and yours. - Dave


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