22 thoughts on “Happy Holidays to You!

  1. Linda B

    Merry Christmas to you too Carole! Thanks for the Peanuts cartoon…I did not remember that! Now I know! Ha! Have a great day! L

  2. Gwynette in NW Arkansas

    Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year from the unseasonably warm mountains of NW Arkansas! Looking forward to reading your blog in the coming year!!!

  3. Sylvia Anderson

    OMG Carole, I did not remember that the phrase Sweet Babboo was created by Charles Schultz and his wife. How sweet, and I really enjoyed seeing the cartoon strip that started it all. Have a wonderful Christmas with your loved ones.

  4. Debbie B

    Merry Christmas to you and yours! Have an awesome 2020. I look forward to your blog in the new year.. Thanks for the cartoon. I didn’t remember that one. Cheers!!!

  5. connie wolfe

    Merry Christmas to you and your Sweet Babboo. Thanks so much for sharing your many and varied interests.
    Connie W.

  6. Marilyn

    Merry Christmas !
    Love, love, love your website! It’s always a great read with a good cup of coffee!
    Blessings for a healthy and prosperous new year!

  7. Mary

    Seasons Greetings to you and your loved ones.
    Looking forward to the good things that you will share with us in 2020.

  8. Patricia Evans

    Merry Christmas, Carole. Thanks for all you do for your readers and the greater community. We need more dedicated people like you.

  9. feliciahamlin

    Thank you, Carole, I hope you had a great Christmas celebration. May its blessings remain with you, hugs, Felicia

  10. Love your Christmas greeting, Carole. My children (when they were children) skated at the Schultz ice arena and this was a great reminder. My youngest daughter worked for Charles Schultz arena. He was so good to the children. He would come into the little eating place and when the kids would ask he’d take a menu sheet and draw on the back of it. We have quite a few and they’re very special. Every year he would have a Christmas Special and you could get a ticket either in the bleachers or at a table where they served special cookies and beverages. Wonderful memories.

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