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by Brenda Dayne on December 21, 2007
For making this year magical.
Merry Christmas Brenda! Thanks for giving the gift of your podcasts throughout the year. It’s always a thrill to see a new episode pop up. Your voice is a comforting companion. Wishing you and yours all the best in the new year.
I also thank you for all the work you put into the podcast for us. I’m always honored to be invited to the picnic in the castle gardens.
Wishing you a very merry holiday!
Brenda, this is a beautiful card. What a nice treat. I received my mp3 player for my birthday last week and I downloaded all your podcasts. I started at the beginning so as not to miss anything. I love your podcasts. Thank you so much for your time and effort.
ahh, that was just beautiful! thank you for posting that to everyone.
a healthy, peaceful New Year to you too!
-vera (a devoted fan)
What gorgeous e-card! Thank you so much. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and New Year.
Thank you so much for the gorgeous Jacquie Lawson e-card. I LOOOOOOOOOOOVE her cards and this new one is especially beautiful…although I kept expecting Chumley to come in and wreak havoc in his usual fashion.
Here’s wishing you a peaceful, joyous holiday and more success and happiness for the new year.
Thank you, Brenda, for all the magical podcast moments and the lovely e-card. I really like the animated snow on the blog–if only the flakes piled up outside my house were as ethereal. 🙂
Lovely! and it played at my work, too! I hope you have a very nice holiday season.
Thank you Brenda. Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!
Wow, this is beautiful – thank you!! And thank you for your wonderful podcast as well. Have a great holiday and a happy new year, too!
Thank- You Brenda! I just found your podcast in Nov of this year and I have been listening ever since. I am new at all this podcast stuff and blogs…but thanks to you I hardly ever watch TV anymore and I listen to less and less radio. The new Music I have fallen in love …Oh thanks again! I have been knitting for 30 yrs or more. I am 43 and I can’t really remember when I started but I can’t really remember not knitting! I have to thanks you again for teaching me so much about what’s going on in the knitting world! Thanks for teaching me so much…I am only on #37 and listen and learn almost everyday! I have started listening to you while I do housework which I hate…house work, not listening to you! You make me laugh everyday. I just loved learning about chub creek and I listen to them now also and the Mini’s I read their travel journal. I listened to you on Sage’s podcast…the Blue peach, too funny. I live in PEI and thought it was funny that your Phillip was from there! Well I could go on and on but my DH is waiting for me to go out…I will go with him as it was he who got me my MP3 player and I was able to download you and take you with me!
Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New year!
Thank you, Brenda! I hope your holidays are delightful and restful.
Merry Christmas Brenda! Glad you like the dink pics ; >
Merry Christmas, Brenda!
Yay! SO loving the card (and the snow), Brenda – it’s been a great year to be on the receiving end of Cast-On glory. Thanks for doing what you do, and making the internet a place for crafters to gather.
Thank you for all you do for your Knit Sibs
Wishing you and yours a joy filled holiday!
May 2008 be filled with delights!
and Hamo Nayes!
( hope I spelled that correctly )
Hope you had a Merry Christmas! Loved the european robin in the e-card. I remember them when I lived in Greece as a child. Thank you and Happy New Year.
Gorgeous card! I hope you had a Merry Christmas and are looking forward to a new year filled with many blessings!
What a lovely surprise of a card! Thank YOU, Brenda, for so many hours of wonderful podcasting. I couldn’t make it through a workout without you!
Happy New Year to you and yours!
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