the first gift of christmas

Just in case you were wondering,

I believe!

Happy Christmas! Have a magical day.

Peace, Joy and Love from all of us here at Alphabet Soup!

See you in 2012 for more delicious mischief!

♥,

Jama, Cornelius, Hatley, Kris, Twinkles and Tiptoes
xxxooo

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Copyright © 2011 Jama Rattigan of Jama’s Alphabet Soup. All rights reserved.

12 thoughts on “the first gift of christmas

    1. Happy Holidays, Lois. Thanks for stopping by to visit during this busy time. Hope 2012 brings wonderful adventures and many happy writing days.🙂

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  1. Merry Christmas Jama! I loved reading all your posts. Today is my favorite day… the day AFTER Christmas (Boxing Day). I can relax by the tree, eat leftovers, and read my new books. It is a marvelous day. Thank you for your blog. It is a bright spot in the day… a true gift.

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    1. Thanks, Ellen. Sounds like you have the perfect day planned! I have so many books I’m dying to read (wish I could speed read). Engaged blog readers like you are the true gift🙂. Happy New Year!

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  2. I know this is kind-of late but, Merry Christmas! 🙂 Your house looks so cheery with all the different colors and festive decorations. I’ll be looking forward to your future posts!
    ❤ Julia

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  3. Oh no, cuteness overload! If I ever visited you, I’d be a prime suspect for moose-napping. I LOVE Hatley!

    (But I’ll skip the ketchup and continue to Relish Today.)🙂

    Happy holidays, Jama, Hatley and friends!

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  4. The new blog banner is adorable! Looks like your blog has been overtaken by a bunch of new characters. Maybe I could bring Ellsworth up for a play date with Cornelius and the others (hmmm. She’s almost 57 years old, maybe too old for a play date).

    Cheers to all of us in 2012, eating, reading, and taking pictures!

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    1. The international teddies are actually Christmas ornaments, a set made by Christopher Radko. They were jealous of Cornelius getting all the attention and wouldn’t get off the window ledge until I photographed them.

      Cornelius remembers Ellsworth from Kidlit Con and would like to meet with her again🙂.

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