Monday, December 16, 2013

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year


--from Calvin and Hobbes
If there is magic in Christmas, it is all of you who create it. Thank you for being a part of my blog and for reading my posts. I will see you again in January 2014 for the Insecure Writers Support group. Until then, take care, have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

41 comments:

  1. Have a wonderful Christmas, Michael. Do you guys have snow?

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  2. Jeez, it's only the 16th, Lazy Bones.

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  3. What I should have said is apparently your blog runs on the Congressional calendar.

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  4. Same to you, Michael. See you in January.

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  5. @Alex: There's snow everywhere and it's cold. We have inversion conditions here in the valley so today is an orange air alert and tomorrow is a red air alert(this is unhealthy and people are told to stay indoors and not drive their cars). With the SLC inversion, it's like a permanent smog cloud parked over the city that is about as thick as the tallest sky scrapers. If you get up higher than that then it's all clear sky.

    @Pat: No better time to quit than the present!

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  6. Happy Holidays to you, too, Michael. Stay warm!

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  7. Right back atcha, Michael! I'm missing the snow here but I'll picture Santa in a Hawaiian shirt. ;)

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  8. You too. And thanks for including Calvin & Hobbes!

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  9. Happy Holidays and I hope 2014 bring wonderful things your way.

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  10. Merry Christmas to you, Michael. Hope you have a joyful time.

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  11. Have a wondeful Christmas, Michael with friends and family! Wishing you a year of creativity and many new books.

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  12. You have an awesome holiday too. It's been an interesting year, but it's time to look forward to 2014.

    Here's to a fantastic new year!

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  13. Happy Birthday!

    Oh, wait... that's Frosty the Snowman...

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  14. Have a great Christmas and New Year!

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  15. Merry Christmas. See you next year. :)

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  16. Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year...

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  17. Enjoy the rest of the year. And enjoy 47 Ronin.

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  18. Do enjoy your holiday break!

    But be sure and sign up for our Marketing Symposium 'What Works' it's scheduled for January 20th. Wouldn't be the same without you!

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  19. I really love the Calvin and Hobbes poem! Thank you so much, Michael, for having an always fascinating blog that I enjoy visiting, even when you have gross-out zombie stories. I'll miss you until January and hope you have a splendid holiday. Take care.

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  20. Why put off till tomorrow what you can do today (that is, quitting. heh)?

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  21. Merry Christmas to you. I look forward to seeing all the great things you accomplish in 2014. :)

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  22. Happy Holidays to you, too! Enjoy the break!

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  23. Damn I love Calvin and Hobbs. Merry Christmas, Michael.

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  24. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Michael.

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  25. Merry Christmas pal. Love the Calvin and Hobbes. I needed that!

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  26. And a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Sir Michael.

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  27. Enjoy the holidays!

    www.modernworld4.blogspot.com

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  28. Happy New Year my friend! I've not been around much the last few weeks but I've been busy with some real life things so don't think I've forgotten my blogging friends! I'm looking forward to 2014 and another year with my blogging buddies!

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  29. Hey Michael, hope you had a nice holiday break and new year. I can't believe how fast it all went. Anyway, hope 2014 doesn't suck as much as 2013. Hugs!!

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  30. Just stopping by to wish you an awesome 2014. :-)

    See you when you're back.

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  31. "Michael Offutt" has been included in the A Sunday Drive for this week. Be assured that I hope this helps to point even more new visitors in your direction.

    http://asthecrackerheadcrumbles.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-sunday-drive.html

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  32. I hope you had a peaceful holiday season.

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