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Friday, December 08, 2006

The Season Of Goodwill

A message to warm your heartChristmas is coming, and as it approaches people start to send cards to remind their friends and loved ones that they are thinking of them as this time of goodwill and fellowship.

So I was delighted when the postman delivered my first card this morning, and could hardly contain my anticipation as I opened it, eager to see which friend had been thinking of me ...

Having listened to Tony's wonderful speech this morning on "being British and embracing British values", I was delighted to discover that my very first Christmas card of 2006 was from someone who is clearly taking up the message and doing their best to integrate into the spirit of Yuletide, despite not yet having mastered the language. Still, it's really great to be thought of at this time of year.

1 comment:

Hilda Blogwaggoner said...

Can someone please translate this Christmas message. I'm so looking forward to reading your Christmas greeting, Luke.