Thanks John Welch, be off for a few days…

Well, it’s time to put the blog down for a few days. It’s Christmas for those who are Christian. A fun holiday for the rest of us. Anyway, hope things go well with your families, it’s been quite a year. I can’t believe Christmas is here again.

To John Welch, thanks for the nice goodies for Maryam and me from Amazon. That is so kind.

Oh, regarding Photowalking #5. We will meet on Wednesday, December 27th at the California State Railroad Museum at 1 p.m. — everyone is invited, you don’t have to be into photography. As it stands right now we’ll have some really great photographers there, including the co-founders of JPG Magazine. I have a stack of 8GB Seagate Flash Drives to give away as prizes. Should be a fun day. I’m not sure where we’ll have lunch, but Ajay is driving me and we’ll probably have lunch in Old Sacramento at noon. More will come next week after Christmas. Bring your tripod and your digital camera. It should be lots of fun.

UPDATE ON PHOTOWALKING: there’s a small chance the date and/or time will change. Check in on the evening of December 26th here to see what’s up.

Either way, happy holidays and Merry Christmas. Hope Amazon brought you some goodies too!

27 thoughts on “Thanks John Welch, be off for a few days…

  1. Yeah…I’m about as christian as Buddha, and I celebrate it.

    I’m actually happier the more secular the holiday gets. Religious wars, both in and out of religion, cause more problems than their supporters will ever fix, so the idea that every so often there’s a holiday that isn’t designed as a “We Rule You Suck” kind of thing is a great idea.

    Christmas…it isn’t just for christians anymore.

  2. Yeah…I’m about as christian as Buddha, and I celebrate it.

    I’m actually happier the more secular the holiday gets. Religious wars, both in and out of religion, cause more problems than their supporters will ever fix, so the idea that every so often there’s a holiday that isn’t designed as a “We Rule You Suck” kind of thing is a great idea.

    Christmas…it isn’t just for christians anymore.

  3. I’ll echo FS Funky. I celebrate Christmas, and I’m religiousless. I’m not ‘atheist’, simply religiousless.

    My Christmas is the one of Charles Dickens. ‘A Christmas Carol’ is the definitive Christmas story, and yet have you noticed that it never once mentions religion or the almighty.

    Merry Christmas, Robert!

  4. I’ll echo FS Funky. I celebrate Christmas, and I’m religiousless. I’m not ‘atheist’, simply religiousless.

    My Christmas is the one of Charles Dickens. ‘A Christmas Carol’ is the definitive Christmas story, and yet have you noticed that it never once mentions religion or the almighty.

    Merry Christmas, Robert!

  5. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Robert to you and your family!! I wish I could attend Photowalking #5, but I have to work here in Chicago. I really enjoy your blog and the ScobleShow. Keep it up!

    Take Care
    Tom in Chicago

  6. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Robert to you and your family!! I wish I could attend Photowalking #5, but I have to work here in Chicago. I really enjoy your blog and the ScobleShow. Keep it up!

    Take Care
    Tom in Chicago

  7. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Robert. Your blog and shared items are always a pleasure, hope it keeps going strong in 2007! I’m sure we’ll see shared items popping up between now and the next blog post ;) And if we don’t see you again before hand, Happy New Year!

  8. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Robert. Your blog and shared items are always a pleasure, hope it keeps going strong in 2007! I’m sure we’ll see shared items popping up between now and the next blog post ;) And if we don’t see you again before hand, Happy New Year!

  9. Now what we need is that next time you’re in London we have a photo-pissed-as-newts-walking. I’d break any engagement to be there for that one.

    I’d love to learn to take great photos while drunk – what a valuable skill…

  10. Now what we need is that next time you’re in London we have a photo-pissed-as-newts-walking. I’d break any engagement to be there for that one.

    I’d love to learn to take great photos while drunk – what a valuable skill…

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