Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Wicked Wednesday!

So, we're wrapping up our writing projects and getting ready for the Holidays here on the LIT blog. Starting next week join us for some special author days, give aways, some historical tidbits and some great recipes. Oh, and Lord Craven Moore has decided to go public with his New Years resolutions. So make sure you drop in for the merry making and the prizes all month long. We'd love to have you regardless of what festivities you celebrate.

And to get us feeling all festive and merry, here's a little pic of Lord Craven Moore's first tree trimming adventure....

Peace and joy,


Amanda McIntyre said...

There's a sneak peek of our holiday card! How festive!

Ouch, hope those are LED lights ;)
Hope you will all join us in the coming weeks for some festive fun, recipes and of course, some festive holiday giveaways!

Though I will be chained to revisions during the month (much to Lord CM's delight) I will need the breaks now and again to partake in the holiday revelry

Snowing here today and Charlie Brown CD is playing in the background . I have the forest pine candle burning and drinking my morning coffee.

Hope each of you finds that special moment in your day that makes you smile ;)

I can see that Lord CM is going to need my assistance with his Christmas balls...(did you really think I could pass up such a blatant opportunity?)


Genella deGrey said...

OH HOLY NIGHT - That is one hot picture! Somebody get me some mistletoe!

Does he rent out as Santa? Can I inspect his sack?

I've been a good girl this year, my Lord Craven Moore - Care to change that?

:D :D :D

Kristina Cook said...

I admit, that picture made me giggle! Sorry, Lord Craven-Moore. :o)

Anonymous said...

I am completely offended that you giggled, Kristina! How was I to know that one did this thing dressed? Charlotte informed me that it was the 'pinnacle' of Christmas to decorate the tree. Naturally, I thought the dress code was somewhat more relaxed, speaking of pinnacles and such! You should have seen what I used to hang the wreath with!

Genella, my sack is always ready for inspection, as well I always carry mistletoe and have very smooth, fine tasting chestnuts. You should know, my Yule log is always very large and hot, and I do know how to keep it lit for HOURS.
Is that enough to tempt you?

Genella deGrey said...

Hmmm . . . I've never experienced Yuletide before . . .

Sounds like fun, though.


flchen1 said...

Mmm... nice job there, Lord CM! I think I could use help with the lights on our tree! ;)

Christina said...

Just one blue bulb? Hmmm..