Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Coming Attractions & Good Wishes, Too

Wednesday, December 23, 2009
For the rest of the holiday season, we'll be posting more of our photographs from Colonial Williamsburg featuring the traditional nature-inspired decorations for Christmas. Please stop by whenever you have a chance and enjoy the sights, and we'll return to our usual TNHG blogging in the New Year.

When we launched this blog several months ago, we hoped we'd find one or two readers who'd enjoy our version of history as much as we do ourselves. (We say so, too, right over there in the side-bar.) We're both surprised and grateful that there are so many more of you out there.  THANK YOU!  

Best wishes to you all,
Loretta & Susan


4 comments:

Jane O said...

I do love traditional Christmas celebrations, but I must confess that the boar's head is one that has never appealed.

Merry Christmas to all.

Margaret Evans Porter said...

Enjoy your blogging break, and thanks for all the historical bloggy goodness--past, present, future!

Vanessa Kelly said...

This blog is a daily stop for me - you gals make me laugh and teach me things, all at the same time. Priceless!

Have a great holiday, you two. Thanks for sharing the fun with us. See you in the new year!

Michelle Buonfiglio said...

Happy Holidays, NHGs and friends! I enjoy popping in, and read every day even when I can't stop by. Looking forward to more naughty and nice from you in '10!

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