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Monday, December 24, 2018

Merry Christmas 2018


We're taking the day off to enjoy our family, and won't be posting on Wednesday. Best wishes for a merry and meaningful Christmas to all of you wonderful folks who visit Stilton's Place!

42 comments:

j said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and all your loved ones,

Dan said...

Merry Christmas, Stilton, Mrs J., and Miss J. (and any others that show up at the house).

And to all the folks who stop by here whether commenting or just reading, Merry Christmas to you, too.

Your site is a welcome part of my week.

Jason Anyone said...

Merry Christmas and Happy Festivus to all! (Or is it, "Miserable Festivus"? Eh...let the Festivus'd decide for themselves). :-)

M. Mitchell Marmel said...

And a very Merry Christmas to all of you and yours! Hoist the Clan McGregor and have the happiest of holidays!

Regnad Kcin said...

Merry Christmas to one and all. And, a Fleas Navidog from my Golden........

Griz Alaska said...

Merry CHRISTmas to the Jarlsberg family, and also to all of his readers.

Jesus is the reason, for the season.

Take care, be safe.
God bless.
Griz - Alaska

Phoebe said...

A most blessed Christmas to you and your family, Stilton -- and to everyone here.

Jim Irre said...

Merry Christmas to all!

Judi King said...

Thank you and "God bless us everyone". Stolen from my favorite Christmas movie.
A Merry and blessed CHRISTmas to all.

Gee M said...

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Sandra Gray said...

Merry Christmas - Right back at ya! Thanks for keeping us enlightened and entertained throughout the year. Good Health and Prosperity to you and yours in the upcoming year!

Bob Lee said...

Merry Christmas to all.

Section147 said...

Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year to you Stilt...and to all of our extended family here.

Alan said...

Merry Christmas ya'll.

Roger Myers said...

Here's wishing you a blessed Christmas and a healthy New Year. You are part of my life three days a week.

Snark said...

A very Merry Christmas to you, Stilton, as well as to Mrs J and the family. I wish y'all and all of the frequent visitors to the blog have a wonderful 2019. While I rarely comment here, I never miss a page. Your insight and piercing commentary is a welcome addition to my week. Keep your knives sharp and your mind sharper!

Driftwood said...

Beautiful card Stilton. Merry Christmas to all.

John said...

Merry Christmas. Stilton's Place has been a fun present that I received this year :))) Keep it up, we love it!

Sam Shelton said...

Merry Christmas from North Carolina! Wishing you a wonderful family time and a blessed 2019!

Bruce Bleu said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours, Stilton, and a very "cheesy" New Year, (and you KNOW I mean it in the very best way).

Geoff King said...

As with my sister Judi, Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" is my favorite movie for this time of year. Although there have been a few remakes of it, my favorite is the 1951 version starring Alistair Sim as Scrooge. It is available for free on YouTube:

https://youtu.be/bLMzzX8VuBg

They also offer a colorized version of it, but that borders on sacreligion.

TrickyRicky said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of us cheeseheads, starting with Stilton and the Jarlsbergs, and including each and every reader and commenter.

Doug said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS, Jarlsberg family! Time to go watch "A Christmas Story."

George said...

Merry Christmas to Family J and to all here who visit, and contribute comments. Blessings to you all.

Sortahwitte said...

From Sortah and Sioux;
The best of Merry Christmas to all there. J, Mrs. J, Little J and all that stop by.

Gib FOULKE said...

Stilton, May this Christmas be a blessing to you and yours. Happy New Year as well, may 2109 be far better for us all...

Shelly said...

I concur with all the Christmas wishes here to each and every one of you.

Joseph ET said...

Merry Christmas to you, Stilton, as well as to Mrs. J and the family. And Merry Christmas to all the folks who stop by here whether commenting or just reading.

JustaJeepGuy said...

I'll add a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to one and all!

REM1875 said...

Merry Christmas y'all........ and BAH Humbug to those who need it ......

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to all.
And a happy, and successful, New Year.

NSF

John the Econ said...

Our favorite Christmas Carol is with George C. Scott, our 2nd favorite is the Alistair Sims version.

Merry Christmas everyone.

Lee The Voice said...

A very merry Christmas to you and yours, my friend. God's blessing on you and yours.

Pete (Detroit) said...

Scrooged, w/ Bill Murray is also a fave, and was rather fond of the 'new england' set version w/ henry winkler... MUCH better than expected...

Gee M said...

Hope everyone had a great CHRISTMAS DAY...

I love watching Dickens' Carol (Alastair Sim who could use words of over 2 syllables, take a full minute to say one complete sentence which made complete sense)...to Bill Murray's SCROOGED to Kurt Russell's The Christmas Chronicles...not like when there were only 3 channels and the same shows. EVERY YEAR.
Now gotta hang on til New Years is done...H N Y!



B.C. said...

As they say down in Messico (and increasingly all over the U.S.), "Fleas On My Dog, SeƱor Yarlsberg!".

May your blood alcohol level match the Fed's interest rate.

Buck said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family good Sir!

Semper Fidelis, Buck

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Readers- So many happy messages. Glad tidings to all of you!

James Daily said...

I guess I, too, will be happy for a while. I got a pint of Apple Pie Shine from a relative.
Many tidings to all the board folks. I cannot remember conversing with a greater group and the thoughtful, insightful thinking is outstanding. Now, off to a new year.

Pete (Detroit) said...

Gee M - Thanks for the tip! I was not aware of Kurt's contribution! Will have to look for it, have been a fan since 'The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes'...

Rod said...

@Sortahwitte: Your comment about keeping track of older folks this time of year (made on previous edition, posted 21 Dec) have proved to be valid for a past diving friend. It's not a truly sad thing because she had been severely impacted by Dementia/Alzheimers for several years, had not dived in long time, and has already been missed a lot. Her husband called a few days ago; she passed away on 14 December. And four years ago another very good friends' spouse lost or gave up her struggle with a terrible form of cancer on 13 Dec. So far except for some aging issues, my age 97+ Dad is hanging on pretty well & we watch over him closely.

Happier New Year to all for 2019

Dan said...

@Rod and @Sortahwitte: Speaking of keeping track of older folks...

Over the past few years I've realized that, based on the actions of our neighbor up the street and the lady who helps us with housekeeping, my wife and I have become the older folks down at the end of the cul-de-sac.

It's really a blessing to know there's someone to check up on us now and then. Sure, the kids call, (closest is 1,500 miles away), but someone stopping by is truly a blessing.

And Happy New Year to all!