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posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 01:19 PM
Happy Holidays and may all of you and yours be blessed with Yuletide cheer.

just wanna say that I'm very proud to be part of the greatest site on the InterWebs - bar none.

[edit on 12.25.07 by toreishi]

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 02:45 PM

but merry christmas to fellow ATS'ers anyway

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 04:23 PM

(This is not a one-line post.)

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 04:36 PM
Merry Christmas to all the the gang here on ATS,

A little Christmas cheer for you all:



posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 06:48 PM
Merry Christmas ATS from Bobby and Project 432

this new year is gonna be for the record books for ATS I think.
with all the new developments happening so fast in so many areas
at once.
it should be quit the ride........

Merrry Christman Everyon

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 06:53 PM
The Three Amigos would like to wish one and ALL a safe, happy and IGNORANCE DENIED Holiday Season!


Simon Gray, SkepticOverlord and Springer...

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 07:23 PM
Thank you all for the wonderful replies.

Once again, I hope this holiday season was everything you hoped for.

Until next year,

Love and light my friends,


posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 08:01 PM
reply to post by mrwupy


How has your Christmas been so far hon?

It's a very calm night up here in Ontario, Canada (Great Lakes area) 8:55pm and my guests/family have left my place for over 1 hour now. I'm relaxing...yes...RELAXING...typing to your thread right now.

If the song, 'Silent Night', was playing right now, I'd probably meld into it.

We had a wonderful dinner today. Exchanged pressies, and talked with each other. I was up at 7:30am and made ALL the goodies (love to cook).


I hope you had a wonderful day too!!!



posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 08:52 PM

Originally posted by TheDuckster


How has your Christmas been so far hon?


It's been quiet. I'm not complaining, it's just a bit strange.

Very intuitive of you to ask though.

I'm at that point where all of my children have left the nest and are so happy about being free, they aren't really looking back yet.

I just wish they would give me some grandchildren, but so far the selfish little grumps refuse. You would think that at least one of the three would have an accident....Christmas is about the wonderful laughter of the children and I miss that.

Still, I'm enjoying the quiet time while it lasts

posted on Dec, 25 2007 @ 10:49 PM
reply to post by mrwupy

There will come a time, when my children will (more than likely) behave the same way hon.

Let me start off by saying:
I'm 41. My kids are 16 and 17. They probably will be staying with me for some time. Love them dearly.

When they move out...I most likely will feel the pangs.

How do I feel right now?

"Oh God...please let them stop fighting and bickering over this crap!!!"

"Oh God...please let them know that I mean the best for them!"

"Oh God, time is indeed short, please let me have the grace and wisdom that Mr. Wupy has to fill in my misconceived notions of an empty Ducky nest."

I'll be 'in your shoes soon enough hon'.

Dear heart...

Always at the holiday times, we reflect. Reflect on 'what could be, what should be....and all the rest is just here-say'...lololol

The hollidays bring out the best in us eh?

Somebody once told me that I should have been born 20 years earlier than when I was. Mabey...mabey not.

All I know is that I was born when I was, and am thankful for my family/kids/Christmas/and all that jazz now.

Mr.Wupy, always be the great person whom I respected from day 1, never hold back yer feelings, and continue to share your thoughts and feelings with us all. Because...I'm THEDUCKSTER, one of the biggest kids on line, with a big respect for my folks.

And YOU'RE my folk.



posted on Dec, 26 2007 @ 11:44 AM
hi all, I wanted to add this story in here:

The meeting of enemies as friends in no-man's land was experienced by hundreds, if not thousands, of men on the Western Front during Christmas 1914. Today, 90 years after it occurred, the event is seen as a shining episode of sanity from among the bloody chapters of World War One – a spontaneous effort by the lower ranks to create a peace that could have blossomed were it not for the interference of generals and politicians.

WWI Chrismas Truce

First World War

Happy Holidays to everyone.

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