Thursday, December 20, 2007

Heavenly Choir

At last, a bid for my charity eBay flight with one day to go. The bidder is named "Tony", so this may be a clue to his true identity! I shall immediately have the festive Elves start preparing the red Christmas letters for the banner. In the meantime we have three more flights to get out of the way first, a Chinese wedding outside Oxford tomorrow, above Old Trafford for the Premier League and a flypast marriage proposal from an eccentric Russian businessman to his girlfiriend, outside Canterbury cathedral on Saturday.

This year's most popular Christmas cards appear to have a "doggy" theme. One pictured is by Jeanne Heilman and you can see the complete collection here!

In the interim, may I wish all Thanet Life's readers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2008 to come.

6 comments:

Tony Beachcomber said...

For the record, the bid is not mine I like to keep my feet firmly on the ground. Flying is for birds as far as I am concerned.

Amy J said...

A Happy Christmas to you Doc and thanks for keeping Thanetlife going so well!

It looks as if Tony Flaig (Big News) and ECR have got their act together in respect of the banner and it will be interesting to see the banner if their bid is successful; "HAPPY CHRISTMAS FROM THANET BLOGS" was being mooted.

tony flaig bignews said...

I hope its our bid it took ages to find my login and password. "MERRY XMAS FROM THANET BLOGGERS" is the suggestion from ECR fairly neutral and will hopefully fit on the banner thingy

Anonymous said...

Tony Beachcomber

why not post a small donation payable to NSPCC to his company address as he suggests (other thread).

I have sent a cheque.

Well done ECR and Tony Flaig.

We have a brand new year in which to resume normal service of disagreeing with Simon !

Merry Christmas

DrMoores said...

All cheque donations to the "NSPCC Registered Charity" gratefully accepted!

Tony Beachcomber said...

Annon 4:54, you have smooth talked me into it.