December 25, 2005

Merry Christmas!

Blogging on Christmas? Oh, please. I'm up at 4:30 and reading the NYT. How can I not?

9 comments:

reader_iam said...

Merry Christmas, Ann!

(People do all kinds of things on Christmas, I say. Why not blog, too?)

I hope you have a wonderful day!

reader_iam said...

It's not as if you--or I--are live-blogging from the Deacon's chair during the Eucharist. Heh.

Live-blogging while managing breakfast and simultaneously watching "the boys" figure out the intricacies of a complicated Transformer is something else again.

CrankyProfessor said...

I agree - I'm waiting for the incredibly sluggish, now that they've retired, parents to get up. My nieces and nephews aren't due until 1 p.m., so there was no reason not to blog ;)

MD said...

Interesting. Do people feel the need to explain why they are blogging on Christmas, or at odd times of the day? (I only ask that because I've sometimes been shy to blog at such and such a time or on such and such a date because a lot of people I know non-virtually swing by my blog).

Here's my reason for blogging today: I'm raised Hindu and my family doesn't celebrate Christmas except as a lovely secular holiday (we watched It's a Wonderful Life).

Merry Christmas!

TigerHawk said...

Much appreciated, in fact. Having popped awake at 6 am in a hotel room in Durango, Colorado, it is nice to know that somebody else can't sleep late just because it's a holiday.

Ron said...

Ah, Ann, this is why you charm us so!

You Go!

Monty Loree said...

I was wondering if you blogged on Christmas...

I guess everybody's going to be watching your blog at New Years as well.

Best wishes.

Kev said...

Merry belated Christmas, Ann!

This morning in church, I sat in with my dad's choir, and we sang an anthem by a composer named Jay Althouse. Any relation?

Ann Althouse said...

Kev: No, but I've seen his name before in that context.