Joys of the Season…

On Christmas Eve Eve (no, I’m not stuttering), I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the wonderful people who take time out of their busy days to read Herding Cats in Hammond River!  I have appreciated all your comments, and hope to see you all back here next week (I’ll have the tea on!).  In the meantime, here is a beautiful Christmas song by three talented Maritime women: Jill Barber, Rose Cousins, and Meaghan Smith:

“This Christmas” is just one song from a fundraising album called A New Kind of Light that the ladies did in support of Feed Nova Scotia.  CDs are just $20 each, and can be ordered by clicking the Feed Nova Scotia link.

I wish you all peace, joy and love this holiday season and throughout the coming year!

Wendy (aka writerwoman61)


Filed under blogging, music

32 responses to “Joys of the Season…

  1. Thanks for sharing the talents of the trio. It’s always fun to hear new artists. Enjoy your holidays with friends and family and I’ll be back for more of your witty posts in the new year. Blessings to you and yours, Jeanne

  2. Write on Wendy! I’m glad I found you here late in the year. Looking forward to 2011 and some more musings.

  3. Merry Christmas Wendy. Thanks for a really nice place to visit. Stay warm!

  4. Happy Christmas to you and yours, Wendy! Looking forward to that tea next week…

  5. I’m grateful to have found your blog and always thankful for all the fun, the fabulous, the fantastic, it offers! Happy Holidays to you and your family. I’m looking forward to next week!

  6. Thanks for welcoming us all into your life. A wonderful, warm Christmas to you and your family. And here’s to a great 2011 for us all!

  7. Merry Christmas to my almost-twin! Hope you have a wonderful time with all your clan, and I look forward to reconnecting again next week.
    Much love and many blessings from this side of the pond
    Sunshine xx

  8. Merry Christmas Wendy! In our house we call this “Very Special Eve”. Or we used to. I think she may have grown out of that all ready.

  9. That’s a lovely song, Wendy. Thanks for sharing it, and have a happy Christmas!

  10. Wendy – Merry Christmas to you and your family. I am so fortunate to have found your blog. You never fail to make me smile. Big hugs and warm wishes, Diane

  11. planejaner

    Blessings back at you!
    Have a wonderful Christmas, surrounded by all those you get to love.

  12. Merry Christmas, Wendy. I look forward to more Herding Cats in 2011.

    Hope you and your family have a terrific holiday together.

    Best wishes,


  13. Merry Christmas, Wendy, and the best in the coming year. I’m sure you will find many new topics to delight and amuse us! I look forward to it.

  14. Enjoyed the song 🙂 Have a wonderful Holiday with your family and friends Wendy.

    Happy Christmas!!

    Hugs, H.

  15. Thank YOU for being so supportive and being a great blogging friend too!

    Have a wonderful Christmas and great time with the families!

  16. And a very Merry Christmas to you. Finding your blog was a joy. Have a great New Year.

  17. Hope you’ve had a very merry christmas 🙂
    Here in NL we call christmas eve eve “Tibbs Eve”, much easier, less stuttery ;D

    • It’s been great so far, dottiemaggie! I’ve never heard of “Tibbs Eve”…I love it! Didn’t know you lived in Newfoundland! I lived in St. John’s for 10 months in 1983. Hope the rest of your holiday is fun! Wendy

  18. Woooooeee… you were one busy momma this holiday season. I’m glad it (mostly) turned out well. I’m sure the piles of hambone doggie puke didn’t do much for the festivities.

  19. Hope you had a great Christmas. Looking forward to hearing from you in the New Year!

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