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AndreaX
AndreaX
Thespian

Dec-18-2007 16:39

A big hug, kisses, etc to all my friends here in Sleuthville.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Lady Jas
Lady Jas
The Chosen One

Dec-19-2007 16:25

Miss X!!! It's great that you have returned! We've missed you. Biggie is right, we need to have that reuninon, but seems now Ara has wandered off hehe ;)

Merry Christmas hun, and Merry Christmas to all my felllow sleuthers as well.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Dec-19-2007 19:39

Andrea, I never had the chance to meet you, you must have played during one of my hiatus' or when I just wasn't very social!

A Happy Merry Christmas to you and all of Sleuth!

Egg Nog anyone?

Sophie4
Sophie4
Gopher to the Sleuth Gods

Dec-19-2007 21:49

The previous ^ proves my point.
But love 'em all ...and egg nog too.

-Sophie

sunny
sunny
Lady of Shadows

Dec-19-2007 22:34

Andrea, happy holidays to you!

yoyofoshow
yoyofoshow
Old Shoe

Dec-20-2007 08:26

Wow Andrea's alive!!! :D

Happy Holidays Everyone! And yes, we should definitely have a SC re-union.

Alleluia
Alleluia

Dec-20-2007 09:37

Ooooh eggnong, I knew I was missing something as far as this hiliday goes! Oh yay and I still have some spiced rum left with it :)

Happy holidays everyone, be them safe and filled with love and joy!

Reese Withers
Reese Withers
Well-Connected

Dec-24-2007 09:07

Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year to you, and everyone!! :)

Ms Helen
Ms Helen
Con Artist

Dec-26-2007 05:34

Bit late but happy holidays everyone. I hope you all had a blast iI know I did. And happy Boxing Day to all those who know what it is :)

P.S I'm back home yayyyyyyyyyyy :)

Farm A Sea
Farm A Sea
Old Shoe

Jan-4-2008 11:48

Not as late as I am. Happy Holidays to all.

Wait.... I got the next holiday.

HAPPY Epiphany!!!!

Epiphany, the end of the Christmas season is 12 days after Christmas. It comes from a Greek words meaning show or reveal.
Epiphany, which is celebrated with festivites and gift exchanges, is often called Twelfth Night. Gift giving in some cultures extends throughout the 12 days of Christmas; elsewhere, gift giving is limited to January 5 or 6 (or December 24-25).


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