Saturday, December 23, 2006

Merry Christmas from here to there

Hello Bloggers,

This is Cindra, just hijacking my husband's blog for a moment.

As most of you know, Tom has been in Saudi forever, I mean, for awhile, and he will be there through Christmas this year since our collective brood is scattered about with their other parental units and it won't be Christmas until we are all together anyway. Well, seeing as most of the peeps who work with him have gone home to be with their families for the holiday, although his stoic damned self would not admit it, Tom is understandably getting a wee bit lonely. He has a but a few days left until he is safely home again enjoying his own happy Christmas, but in the meantime, knowing full well how embarrassed this will make him, I encourage you to wish him a happy holiday in the comments area which will go directly to his email, where he will be surprised and thrilled to receive them, I'm sure.

Thanks for that.

May you and yours enjoy a warm and wonderful holiday!


17 Comments:

At 10:40 PM , Blogger The Grunt said...

Happy Holidays, Tom. It has got to be weird and lonely spending this season out in the Arabian desert.

 
At 2:04 AM , Blogger Miz BoheMia said...

Happy, happy dear hubby of mine wondrous friend that is Cindra, a woman bohemians are proud and happy to know! May you have a beautiful Christmas, in spite of the fact that you are far from home, and may it entail a speedy trip back home to your loved ones!!!

 
At 6:02 AM , Blogger G said...

Hey Tom, don't know the details of your journey, but look forward to hearing about them. Mostly wanted to wish you a Happy Holiday, even if you have to hold it in your heart until you return home to your beautiful family. Best to you in the New Year. Peace, Gina

 
At 6:30 AM , Blogger Candace said...

Merry Christmas Tom! I hope the time flies for you. :)

 
At 6:38 AM , Blogger QuillDancer said...

Tom,

I stop by your blog daily, even though I know you won't be there, and offer a prayer for you and your family.

Merry Christmas.

 
At 6:54 AM , Anonymous kat said...

Happy Christmas Tom! It isn't the day its celebrated but the hearts full of love that make this season. Looking forward to hearing about your trip.

 
At 7:43 AM , Anonymous jackie said...

Merry Christmas, Tom. I'm praying for your safe return. What a wonderful Christmas you will all have. Now if only you were all with me! Love you.

 
At 9:00 AM , Blogger Katie McKenna said...

Merry Christmas Tom! May your return be safe and swift! I'm thankful our paths have crossed. You have a fabulous family!
hugs, Katie

 
At 10:51 AM , Blogger Brooke said...

Merry Christmas Tom and hurry home safely!

 
At 1:27 PM , Blogger O Ceallaigh said...

Wishing you all the best this holiday season, Tom. And for your safe return. And, from what I've heard of Pacific Northwest weather so far this winter, a safe and dry home to return to.

 
At 2:10 PM , Anonymous neva said...

Merry Christmas, Tom! I don't know the details of your trip overseas, either -- but I certainly look forward to hearing about it, once you return. Safe Journey, my friend -- and may EVERY day throughout this holiday season, and well into the New Year be filled with Love, Peace, and Joy. with warmest regards, Neva

 
At 7:02 PM , Anonymous cindra said...

Merry Christmas, honey! (well, it will be when you are here.)

I lifted up my wings. Guess this must be the place...home.

Can't wait. I love you true.

 
At 5:31 AM , Blogger Gye Greene said...

Tom,


Hey, Merry X!


--GG

 
At 10:08 AM , Blogger Diesel said...

Merry Christmas, Tom. I didn't realize how long you were going to be gone. I'm sure you told me, but I'm stupid. Anyway, you are missed, and I look forward to hearing about your adventures when you get back. Have a good trip!

 
At 2:24 PM , Blogger Mr. Fabulous said...

First of all, Tom, Merry Christmas!

Second of all I am pretty sure that Cindra has been spending most the last 30 days cooking up crystal meth in the bathtub of the guest bathroom.

Also, she has been spotting hanging around the bus station looking for young girls who have been drawn to the bright lights and glitz and glamor of Eugene, Oregon. She is befriending these young waifs, getting them hooked on the meth, and then turning them out on the street to work on their backs.

I didn't want to be the one to tell you this, but I thought you ought to know what kind of criminal enterprise you will be coming home to in a few days.

She's changed, man.

Happy Holidays!

 
At 3:06 PM , Blogger goldennib said...

Hi, Tom. Get home soon and have a very Merry Christmas with your loved ones. We have missed your blogging self.

 
At 9:23 AM , Anonymous Jackie said...

Tom, I've been keepin an eye on Mr. Fab, and have discovered, though a very talented writer - you can't believe a word he says - for instance, it was the train station! :)

Happy Boxing Day! Can't wait until you are safely home - and I can stop worrying. xoxoxoxo

 

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