Days off schedule during Christmas

During this Christmas I am going to take few days off. This means that I am not going to update this blog unless something major happens. The days that I am going to take off are 24, 25 and 26 December. This is according to how Icelandic people hold there Christmas. Some automatic posts are going to appear on the 24th December. But that is about it.

27 Replies to “Days off schedule during Christmas”

  1. Frohe Weihnachten und ein schönes und interessantes Jahr 2012!
    Gleðileg jól og farsælt og spennandi ári 2012! Maí allar óskir þínar rætast!
    (Hope Goog… made it well 🙂 )

  2. merry xmas Jon and a happy new year thanks for all your help and advice on trying to understand another part of mother nature

  3. Have a Merry Christmas and hopefully a peaceful New Year.
    Thanks for all your posts.

  4. Thank you all, from a daily reader with little to say and much to learn.

    I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    Aptly Asked – Ridgeway, Ontario, Canada

    1. I wait with anticipation Jon. A very happy Christmas to you and your family. Eat, drink and be merry.

      About 2012, aligning planets, giant landslips and super eruptions……..

      As the the world will end as we know it, then over the holidays stop worrying about diets, calories and other healthy living issues,. Forget about having the perfect house decor and management. Forget about what other’s think.

      Anyway, if you indulge in your desires over Christmas, the resulting extended waistline, lethargy and chaos around the house will give you some perfect new year’s resolutions and that will make you feel good again 🙂

  5. Merry christmas and a happy new year. Thankyou for the blogs….. brilliant work 😉

    1. Hi Jon – have a great time! Thanks for your great blog and hard work.
      Now – what’s up with Askja? Is this harmonics?

      1. Clive, It’s been suggested it is an instrument problem. Winter is not a good time for rapid repairs! However I am keeping an eye on it just in case! Skrokkalda is certainly showing tremors though.

  6. And it seems there’s a big “mancha” just beyond the port at La Restinga. Jacuzzi and all..

  7. A very merry christmas to you,and may your new year be happy and profitable.
    I check you out every week, and your blog is A1!! Merry christmas to the rest of this blogs community, as someone used to sing,bring me lava with your smile,harmonic tremors all the while… oh well someone may get it.

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  9. Im sorry but the world is not going to end…. somethings big may happen but thats it???!!! Just a guess…. Im hoping it will give everyone a shock; enough for people to start respecting this planet!

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