Saturday, December 18, 2010

Happy Holidays!

imageIt's Winter break here at the Kill Zone. During our 2-week hiatus, we'll be spending time with our families and friends, and celebrating all the traditions that make this time of year so wonderful. We sincerely thank you for visiting our blog and commenting on our rants and raves. We wish you a truly blessed Holiday Season and a prosperous 2011. From Clare, Kathryn, Joe M., Nancy, Michelle, Jordan, John G., Joe H., John M., and James to all our friends and visitors, Seasons Greeting from the Kill Zone.

See you back here on Monday, January 3.

6 comments:

  1. i am an avid reader, and the kill zone has so enlightened me on your side of the literary world. i look forward to each and every topic. even the ones i'm not happy about....like e-readers! my wish is for a safe and warm holiday for each and every one of the zoners. both writers and readers. as we both need each other.

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  2. A merry and blessed Christmas to all, bloggers and commenters alike. See you next year! (my fingers are trained to click open the TKZ blog every day--by force of habit I'll no doubt stop by and visit the Christmas Wreath in the interim. 8-)

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  3. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to each of you. May 2011 find you healthy, joyful, and prosperous in the writing that you love.

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  4. Happy Christmas and Merry New Year to TKZ. May Santa be nice to you and may Viking Raiders not invade your suburbs and smash your favourite china or rape your chickens and steal your lawn gnomes or eat your dog's food and drink the cat's milk or sing ancient Viking drinking songs while hefting their mighty battle axes and legendary war blades to carve your nicely trimmed shrubberies into the shape of little goats and ponies frollicking about to the tunes of the Warrior Poet "Hlefrundthendun The Rather Interesting and Fearsome Yet Somewhat Effeminate and Mostly Inappropriately Behaved of the North."

    After Christmas I'm going on a week vacation with a hundred and fifty teens and college kids in the mountains of South-Central Alaska. It's the perfect place to be in January rather than joining those wimpy throngs in "hot" and "sunny" places, playing on the "beach" and "surfing", and "drinking" things with "umbrellas" that get "stuck" in one's "nostrils". That's simply not for us Alaskan's, because we know how to have "fun"... at thirty below.

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  5. Merry Christmas to all and to all a safe holy-day.

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  6. Happy New Year, and hope you all had happy Christmasses

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