Friday, December 23, 2005

Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying

This post's title comes from the 1857 Christmas song by John H. Hopkins, Jr. Can you guess the name of the carol? (No, it's not Carol, smarty.)
I hope you're having a peaceful, warm and safe holiday. My thoughts are with the American troops who will miss celebrating with their families. (Thanks for nothing, A**es of Evil.)


Kalyn said...

Totally love the new blog header. Sounds like a great way to start out the new year if you ask me. Hope you have a great holiday.

cookiecrumb said...

Kalyn: Let me use this opportunity to tell you I enjoyed your podcast today. I was musing on the fact that you used a John Lennon song about Christmas -- cool, I sez to myself -- but I totally forgot about the lyrics at the end of the song, and I was literally brought to tears.
Merry Christmas to tech-savvy you!

Monkey Gland said...

That's from the really really depressing verse in We Three Kings.

farmgirl said...

Hi Cookiecrumb,
Well, I'm not mumbling this comment. I'm shouting loud and clear all the way from Somewhere In The Middle:

Have a very, very Merry Christmas! Wishing you a wonderfully delicious holiday season. And thanks for helping to make Farmgirl Fare one of the most enjoyable things I have ever done.
P.S. I LOVED your comment about the scones. Learn something new every day! : )

cookiecrumb said...

Monkey Gland is correct. And on a lighter note, a glorious Christmas to you all!
Thanks, FG, for the sweet thoughts.
It has been a fun year, blogwise.