25 thoughts on “Annual yuletide movie

  1. Looks like a nice fire for the chilly evenings. Bah, humbug, no milk and cookies, for shame.

    Have a great Christmas.

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  2. Merry Christmas, Felipe. That’s a killer-looking fireplace you designed. No fireplaces in Merida, so no cookies here either.

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    1. Wes: When we had the place built, we actually asked for an even bigger fireplace — multiple times — but that’s what the guy knew how to build, so that’s what we got. We like it. No fireplaces in Mérida? No surprise there. So Santa flies right over.

      Felíz Navidad.

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    1. Carole: Not lava rock, but plain ole stone of some sort. It is warm and soothing. Fireplaces are better for atmosphere than heat most of the time. They look nice. Enjoy the evening.

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    1. Señor Cotton: Same to you, señor. I’ve been spending Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve alone for years because my wife loves doing the Mexican all-nighters with family. I stay home because I do not love it, or even like it. I like the peace and quiet. But this year, I convinced her that piling into a small house with 20 relatives from all over is probably not the best idea due to the Kung Flu. So I’ve got company.

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  3. Blue skies here in NC, but 34F Outside due to a Siberian express, if I didn’t have central heat and the fireplace, I’d be wearing a beanie inside as well! All the best from mine to yours, and may your new year be merry and bright! May your God go with you.

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      1. And I know too because I remember that blog post, haha. And Ms. Shoes remembering it gave me a good laugh.

        Merry Inter-Holiday Period!

        Saludos,

        Kim G
        Boston, MA
        Where it was warmer on Christmas than in Miami and where it remains absurdly warm still.

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        1. Kim: Ms. Shoes has a spooky memory, but you remember that incident too? Jeez, man. Two of you.

          Merry Inter-Holidays to you too. May it all be over soon. Not my favorite time of year. And in Mexico it’s a week longer due to those Three Kings.

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    1. Señor Gill: I do not touch menudo. Reminds me of the old joke: Do you know why giblet gravy is called that? Because if it was called what it really is, no one would eat it.

      True.

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