More holiday greetings

Whether you celebrated Hannukah early in the month or are in the middle of Christmas madness, hope your late December is happy and healthy. And here’s a little greeting to make you smile.


16 thoughts on “More holiday greetings”

  1. Merry Christmas, Nora and JD! Thanks for the countless hours of enjoyment your books have brought to me this, and every year. Blessings to you and your family. And Merry Christmas and blessings to you also, Laura

  2. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and lots of snuggles with the new grandson!?????

  3. My Christmas is wonderful. One of my greatest gifts is a night at the Inn Boonsboro so we can attend “Girls Night” on April 25th. I cannot wait! Hope your holidays are merry.

  4. Merry Christmas from our house to yours! Thank you for sharing your wonderful talents with us….whether writing as Nora or JD! ?

  5. I hope you had yourself a Merry Little Christmas and may the New Year be your happiest.

  6. A few years back, when Remember When was released, one of my nieces happened to be working in a bookstore. A customer was checking out with that particular book and flipped the book over to the photo on the back asked my niece if she could tell her which one was Nora and which one was J.D. One of the other booksellers who happened to be at the checkout just randomly pointed and one and said “this is Nora and this is J.D.” The customer nodded sagely and said “they look so much alike. Are they twins?” At this point my niece wanted to get the customer out before she burst out laughing so she just said “I don’t know”, The customer left the store shaking her head and muttering “remarkable”.
    When I showed the video to my niece we both had a nice chuckle remembering that story. That customer has probably told many people that Nora and J.D. are twins.

    Happy 2019!

    1. My first name is Camille and middle is Kathleen where I got Kathy from. I don’t see many people with that name.

  7. I hope Nora & JD have the most awesome Christmas ever I’m betting JD is right there helping Nora spoil that new grandson.

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