Festive Holiday Wishes for You!

It’s time to close out 2017 here on the blog (I know, can you believe it?) by wishing you, my dear readers, happy holidays! 

Thank you for hanging around and reading my rambles and rants this past year.

Thank you for your interest, encouragement, insightful comments, likes, shares and ongoing loyal support.

You are the best readers ever, and I am grateful for each one of you.

I look forward to another year of writing, ranting, advocating and sharing (about who knows what) and having YOU along for all of it.

Wishing you and yours a lovely and meaningful holiday season filled with whatever makes you happy.

To those of you who are wondering how you are going to make it through this holiday season because you’re grieving, are newly diagnosed, are undergoing harsh treatment or struggling for whatever reason, may you have moments of peace, light and contentment.

And may all of us have many moments and memories filled with love this holiday season and beyond. 


See you in 2018! 

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Festive Holiday Wishes for You!
Happy holidays from me and my blogging buddies, Sophie and Ninja. And yes, taking this photo was definitely a challenge! Well, mostly for the kitty. Why can’t cats learn to stay anyway? Thank goodness for presents with ribbons on them!

12 thoughts to “Festive Holiday Wishes for You!”

  1. Awww, I have a Christmas Springer, too! I caught Zippie with tinsel hanging from his ear the other day. Somebody’s been exploring under the tree . . .

  2. Hi Nancy! I love your fury babies. As you know, I am “fostering” a kitty who looks just like your Ninja. It has been challenging. I have an older cat (over 13 years old) who isn’t accepting the new change. I wish they can get along. I have a feeling this kitty is not going anywhere but I also need some peace. I am doing my best. Any tips?

    Thank you for the holiday wishes. Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday and a happy and healthy New Year! I look forwarding to reading more of your posts and to catching up soon.

    Hugs to you my friend. xoxo


    1. Rebecca, I love that you are fostering a Ninja look-alike! Hope that is going okay. It’s difficult for other cats in the family to accept change. We are experiencing that with Ninja too. She doesn’t approve of our son’s and his fiance’s kitties visiting. I just want them to get along, but that’s probably not happening anytime soon. Thank you for the good wishes. I wish you and your dear ones the same. Looking forward to reading more of your posts in 2018 as well. Hugs back, my friend. xo

  3. Nancy,

    Have a wonderful end to 2017 and have a wonderful 2018. Wishing you all the best.

    Cats are difficult to photograph because they tend not to cooperate, but I think you know that by now. Nevertheless, you took a great photo of your furry babies.

    Love and peace,


  4. Happy New Years, I hope everybody has been making some very happy memories throughout the holidays.
    In celebration of this holiday season our little dog Maya ate half of a festive paper napkin, luckily she gave the first half back before she had a chance to enjoy the rest.

    1. Laura, I’m glad she didn’t eat the whole thing! Hope you made some happy memories too. Here’s to all of us making lots more in 2018. Thank you for sharing about Maya.

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