12/23/10

Goddess of the Week

A mother plays the guitar while her two daught...Image via WikipediaThe goddesses are handing this week over to the baby Jesus, for, as I like to tell my children this time of year, there is no ME in baby Jesus. And, as my younger daughter--initials MEF--reminds me in turn, "Yeah, well there is in ME."

Merry Christmas, everyone.
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15 comments:

Star said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year, Margaret, your blog is wonderful, and helps me through the days.

Jean Spitzer said...

Merry Christmas to you all.

gaelikaa said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours! x

Cafe Pasadena said...

Luv that art you chose...MF

Pasadena Adjacent said...

cute. merry christmas margarette

... daisy... said...

Merry Christmas dear Margaret!
To you and all your family! May you all find whatever you dearly wish for under the tree!

altadenahiker said...

You look right stylish with your lute.

Margaret said...

AH: Everyone looks better with a lute.

Olga said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. We all wish for peace on earth...but, have to agree with MEF; presents are nice too.

Petrea said...

Merry Christmas, Margaret! And to MEF, and EF and SF (and little SF)!

I wish I had known this about lutes. There are none in the stores now, everyone's completely sold out and I'll be entirely luteless for New year's.

Joanne said...

Merry Christmas Margaret! Have a great Holiday, wishing you publication in 2011 :)

Daisy said...

I wish you and your loved ones, dear Margaret, much joy (musical and otherwise) through 2011, and a ton of good chocolate at Christmas.

PS-Is there a special Goddess for babies? I think Goddesses like playing with baby Jesus! They bring their lutes and have a "new baby" party.

Shanna said...

Merry Christmas, Margaret!!!

You blog is a gift that keeps on giving. Thank you!

Susan Campisi said...

I'm late to wish you a Merry Christmas, Margaret. I hope you had a wonderful one.

pasadenapio said...

On the fourth day of Christmas my true love gave to me:

Margaret Finnegan's blog post that I didn't catch until the fourth day of Christmas!

There's no ME in Ann, but there's an I in PIO. Does that count?