It used to be just Edgar who used to offer up, Queen-like, his pithy Christmas thoughts, but this year we’ve got a bit of clamour of creatures willing to share their musings for 2017.
I’ve told them all they’ll need to be brief if we’re going to fit everyone in.
Naturally, my thoughts are the most important.
For maximum efficiency, combine your stretching exercises with relaxation.
Claiming the higher ground always gives you a comforting tactical advantage.
As a rescue dog I am, by nature, a pessimist — but nevertheless I try to be brave and plunge into new things. Most of the time (except for the baths) it’s turns out pretty well. Also, I like it when everyone is kind to each other.
MARVIN & MAVIS
Sometimes life can throw you challenges.
With a bit of perseverance though, you can learn new things.
Sometimes your loved ones will try to do helpful things …
… which will result in a hairdo like this. But, they love you and they mean well, so just keep your beak shut and say thanks.
Sometimes it’s nice to get together will a bunch of friends over the festive season.
… but sometimes it’s nice to spend a bit of quiet time on your own.
Be bold! Be free! Don’t miss out on the peanuts!
And that’s about it from all of us over here at The Urban Nature Enthusiast. The sparrows and juncos wanted to put their five cents in as well, but I have still got some wrapping to do!
Thank-you so much to everyone who has read the blog this year and sent me so many kind comments.
Have the very brightest holiday season, whether it’s being surrounded by friends and family, or simply enjoying the quiet of the winter season with some good books and walks outside. Much love to all of you.
7 thoughts on “Christmas Address”
Lovely. Thank you.
Merry Xmas to you and your family! Thank you for the lovely blogs of sunshine! I treasure them dearly…. All the best in the New Year! Assunta who loves showing up at your studio events!
Is that a tardis I see on your tree?
Yes, Nanette, it is. Doesn’t everyone haves a Tardis on the tree?
I hope you and your family have a happy and healthy new year. I look forward to your 2018 blog as 2017 has been such a pleasure to follow.
Hello June! Happy Holidays to you and your Family, Edgar, Georgie and all the Crows! Wishing you all the best for 2018!
The Painting Crow