Friday, 23 December 2016

Happy Christmas one and all!

Yes, I know this is a tad early, but I am unlikely to get much time at the computer over the next couple of days.  I just wanted to wish all visitors to '28mm victorian Warfare' a very Happy Christmas.  I must thank all of you that have visited and followed but in particular a huge thank you to those of you that take the the time to leave comments.  The encouragement  this engenders is immeasurable and not only maintains the enjoyment but helps to build the sense of community that has been a wonderful by-product of 'blogging'.

Happy Christmas

47 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas to you and yours Michael!

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  2. Merry Christmas. Thanks for all your offerings during 2016. I look forward to dropping in through 2017.

    Stephen

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  3. Happy X-mas Michael. I know what you mean (your previous post)..there´s so much great stuff out on blogland and, what with painting /creating ones own stuff, then creating ones own blog Posts and real life stuff, work Family etc, there´d have to be 48 hours in a day to fit it all in.

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  4. Have a great Christmas and New Year, Sir!

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  5. Have a very Happy Christmas hope you get many shinnies to keep you distracted :-)

    Ian

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  6. Seasons greetings my friend. To you and the Saintly!

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  7. Merry Crimbo and may all your presents be 28mm sized.

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  8. Merry Christmas to you and your family, my friend, and a healthy and wealthy new year !

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  9. Thank you. Seasons greetings, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to yourself.

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  10. Happy Christmas and thank you for giving me a beautiful part of the world

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  11. And to you and the Saintly Mrs. Awdry as well Michael!

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  12. Merry Christmas sir Michael :-)

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  13. A very merry Christmas to you and the saintly Mrs Awdry m'Lord! :)

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  14. Seasons greating to you and your too.

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  15. Happy Christmas to you yours Sir Michael!

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  16. And a very merry Christmas to you, too!

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  17. have a good one! I hope you get lots of toys to play with

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  18. Happy Christmas Sir Awdry, and I look forward to seeing both your AHPC contributions and shaking you by the hand again at Salute :-)

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  19. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Sir Michael!
    I wish you and your family delightful holidays and best of luck in all endeavors next year!

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  20. Thank you and a Very merry Christmas in return........may all your zombies be dead......oh that doesn't work does it 🙁

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  21. God Jul!
    Let's hope for a holiday filled with games!

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  22. A Happy Christmas to you and yours, Michael!

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  23. Merry Christmas to you as well Michael, hope to see a swathe of new miniatures come from beneath the tree!

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  24. Merry Christmas to you Sir Michael! Thanks for sharing your wonderful work with us again this year. All the best to you and your family mate.

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  25. Merry Christmas to you as well Michael!

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  26. Festive frolics to you, saaahh!!

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  27. Best wishes for the Holidays Lord A!

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  28. Happy holidays Michael,

    Cheers Roger.

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  29. You too. We really must try and meet up at Salute, this year.

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  30. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  31. All the best to you and yours Michael!

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  32. A belated Christmas to you and your family sir, and here's wishing you a wonderful new year!

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