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Friday, December 24, 2021

Holiday Reading


Our last picture isn't a card, but everyone needs a good book to snuggle up with during the holidays.  This late 60s classic of American literature could be had for less than a dollar.

 

11 comments:

  1. Jerry, I wish you andall the great men who comment a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Let's hope 22 will be a year that brings us enjoyment and satisfaction in all ways!

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  2. Jerry, thanks for your hard work on this site and our correspondence. Hoping 22 is better all around.
    Hugs!

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  3. BTW I've seen this image for years, and I'd like to read this someday

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  4. This is a lovely, fun series to get us in the Christmas spirit. I'd also like to say a big thank you, Jerry, for all your hard work. I'm so pleased to have discovered the site this year and look forward to each day's posting. The breath of photographs, artwork and topics you cover is excellent. The knowledge, enthusiasm, humour and general input from the regular correspondents is also what makes this a great site. Wishing you and all your viewers a very Happy Christmas.

    Peter

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    1. You're more than welcome, and I appreciate your participation. All the best to you!

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  5. Breadth of photographs ... Bloody predictive text!

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  6. Another great series AND year, Jerry! Your blog was often the only highlight of the day these last few years. Your links to your friends blogs, of a similar nature, was nice and often uplifting (pun intended), too. You’ve managed to foster a sense of community here, especially for those of us who like to comment. I’m looking forward to another (yes uplifting) year from you and all us commentators.

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    1. I'm glad that this blog has managed to brighten your days . . . and in more than one way. Thanks for participating!

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