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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Christmas Wishes

Peace, serenity, tolerance, beauty, prosperity for all...just a wish list. Much like yours, I imagine. May Christmas day and every day hold all of these for you and yours.

21 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

Merry Christmas!

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Hope you're having a happy Christmas Day wherever you are. And beware of excesses, whether for food or drink.

Speedway said...

Merry Christmas, Petrea!

Leslie said...

Christmas greetings to you, Petrea! I hope you have a very splendid and joy-filled day!

Petrea Burchard said...

Likewise to you all, thanks for stopping by on your busy Christmas day. Have a lovely holiday!

Bellis said...

Happy and Merry Christmas to the three of you! I like this photo - they've made an effort, haven't they?

hamilton said...

Merry Christmas to you!

Lori Lynn said...

Wishing you and your husband a wonderful Christmas and a fabulous 2013 Trea!
LL

Petrea Burchard said...

Bellis, I actually think there was no one living in this house when I took the picture! Perhaps the agent was making an effort!

Thank you all for your Christmas wishes. We just got back from a long walk at Hahamongna. Muddy! Boz ran and ran. It was lovely.

Paul B said...

Wow thats some list, besides I have long suspected I am beyond beauty.
Have a Very Merry Christmas.

altadenahiker said...

I received a Christmas card from my broker with the message, "Health, Happiness, and Prosperity." He tripled underlined "Prosperity." No lie. So I guess that means the health and happiness bit are a lock.

Petrea Burchard said...

Paul, I see you're photo. Beauty is unimportant when you're adorable and fuzzy.

I guess so, Karin. Also, it's clear I'm not original.

Susan Campisi said...

I like your wish list. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! I took the pooches on many walks around the neighborhood today. The weather was perfect.

Laura Monteros said...

I am trying to understand a personal contradiction. This photo is beautiful. The red door, poinsettias & wreath, and "distressed" paint and woodwork seem homey and even inviting. When I look at my own red door with peeling paint, the flaking blue texture coating on my house, and the exposed windowsills, I see ugliness and neglect.

I wonder if I sometimes need different eyes when looking at my house--and myself.

Madge Bloom said...

Hoping you and yours have a wonderful day together to celebrate the meaning of Christmas ~ faith, family and friends.

Katie said...

I like this holiday house - a little run down but making an effort (like a lot of us). Nice wish list too. Sending holiday cheer to you, John, Boz and the whole Pasadena Daily Photo family!

Adele said...

Merry Christmas, Petrea! I love the image of Boz, running and running. A beautiful day, for sure...

sonia a. mascaro said...

Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year to you and yours!

Petrea Burchard said...

Thank you all for your thoughtful comments. I hope you enjoyed your Christmas day.

Laura, I'm thinking of your door. It might help you to see mine! Or to re-read Katie's comment: "a little run down but making an effort (like a lot of us)." As long as the door works, paint is only make-up.

Linda said...

A belated Merry Christmas to you! I like this door, but then I really don't like flashing Christmas lights, neon effects, inflatable anything...

Petrea Burchard said...

Thanks, Linda. I like this, too. I enjoy Christmas lights but I can do without flashing and blinking. We keep it simple at our house.