Happy Holidays!

AWREATH3It’s Winter break here at the Kill Zone. During our 2-week hiatus, we’ll be spending time with our families and friends, and celebrating all the traditions that make this time of year so wonderful. We sincerely thank you for visiting our blog and commenting on our rants and raves. We wish you a truly blessed Holiday Season and a prosperous 2013. From Clare, Boyd, Kathryn, Kris, Joe M., Nancy, Michelle, Jordan, Joe H., Mark, and James to all our friends and visitors, Seasons Greeting from the Kill Zone. See you back here on Monday, January 7.

15 thoughts on “Happy Holidays!

  1. Holiday cheer to all my fab blog mates. Rest ye merry!

    And to you regular readers of TKZ, the very same. We appreciate your comments and positive spirit. See you on the other side of 2013.

  2. Thanks to all the awesome contributors to the TKZ blog and thanks to all the readers. This is one of my favorite blogs with good reason. Have a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!

    BK Jackson

  3. Have a great holiday everyone! I’ve been a bit MIA due to the return move stateside but very excited to be having a white Christmas here in Denver! Looking forward to 2013 at TKZ.

  4. Merry Christmas to the TKZ bloggers and visitors!
    May your Christmas be full of Love, you’re spirit full of peace, and your New Year full of light. See you in 2013.

  5. Happy Holidays to my Kill Zone blogmates and to all our fantastic followers. I could not be in better company. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

  6. Oh….and if anyone is lacking for Christmas entertainment here’s a low budget (make that almost no budget)film I put together with the kids of my Church.

    I present to you the First Korean Presbyterian Church original movie production of based on the CS Lewis novel The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe…THE SECRET DOOR

    in addition to being writer, director, producer, cameraman, sound tech, and lighting tech…I’m Pappa Giant

  7. Hope everyone had a great Christmas…I got a Kindle Fire, which is wonderful, but it was nudged out of first place when my granddaughter told me on the way home, “Tell Grandma and Annalisa thank you for the BEST Christmas ever!” I also got to play Santa over the phone for the grandchildren of two dear friends. It doesn’t get any better than that.
    Happy New Year to all!

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