Bravo! Looking forward to more tales and goblinworks. My love to you two & a pat for Haden.
Hooray, you’re back!
I am glad you are back! Best of luck for all your endeavors!
Great idea! Looking forward to keeping up with all the latest.
Great to hear from friends!
I love getting your posts. I wait to read them till I have a break in my day and can sit down with a cup of tea or coffee and savor them; a small, quiet celebration of the season.
Looking forward to keeping up with your calendar.
Thanks very much John! Looking forward to all of your future blogs.
Some days slip away too easily but your blog thankfully slows them down a bit. Keep up the good work!
Your beautiful words: a pause in a busy day to receive a heart-warming gift.
Over the years I have created some idyllic vision of what your town is like, via you descriptions of events and people
Always. Wry interesting and informative Many thanks for a different perspective
Japan! John Barleycorn! I think there are reasons for celebrating something every day, somewhere in the world. I hope that as your endeavors to understand and write about these days grow, they will fill all 365 days….. and make a great book.
Enjoy your posts tremendously. Thank you for the time and effort you put into them as well as for sharing.
I have enjoyed the emailed links to the Convivio Book of Days. Glad to see it in blog form!
Thanks for updating my email address. I sure don’t want to miss any of your posts.
Been following the Book of Days for years via the links from the Bookarts newsgroup.
Looking forward to getting to it directly.
Happy New Year!!!
Look forward to the posts and updates
Thank you for the email invite John. Looking forward to knowing what day it is!
Thank you for the loving and lasting memories you generously share. Happy Christmas to you, Seth, and the family.
Growing up in South Dakota, (German heritage on mother’s side) we always celebrated the 12 days of Christmas. Looking forward to daily posts, thank you.
Annalenore, thanks for joining us on the Twelve Day journey. Here’s a link to the First Day’s post, in case you missed it before subscribing: http://www.conviviobookworks.com/blog/first-day-of-christmas-banish-grief/
Thanks for writing!
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