12/24/2011

Christmas Greetings from Preludium (repost)



This extraordinary work of art depicts the Holy Family, sans Child, who is off barking at the self same Morning Star arising.  

Any suggestion that the big goofy one sort of looks like Preludium's  author, and the little one like the the Lady of Christmas present at chez Harris is ill-founded and the work of nasty critics who will have their reward.

In the spirit of Christmas, may the Light shine its everlasting Love on you, and may you find peace and joy in the years to come. 

Meanwhile we dog types are still waiting, panting Antiphons each day, in the outrageous hope that Christ will be there at our barking, at our beginning and in our ending.

5 comments:

Grandmère Mimi said...

A Blessed and Merry Christmas to you, Mark, and to all those you love.

A Blessed and Merry Christmas to all who enter here.

The Christmas card is splendid, and I would not dare to suggest a resemblance.

indianist said...

Wish you all a Merry and Happy Christmas. Let this new year bring you all great joy and harmony in your life for your future. Wonderful & happy Christmas greetings and wishes of the season…

fishyskeleton said...

I do not like to be referred to as 'nasty critics' as it is obviously pushing the image of the artist on the image of the saintly dogs of the homestead.

Plus a father should show a bit more measure of respect to his son...well possibly not.

PS I kinda like you as a goldendoodle

Mark Harris said...

Dear Fishyskeleton, you can run but you cannot hide. I do indeed honor my son, so much so that in your honor I have smoked two (count them 2) wonderful cigars, whilst sippin bourbon. We all have our revenge.

CU soon.

Happy christmas messages said...

Have a wonderful Christmas celebration with your family and dear ones! May you enjoy the spirit of Christmas and the happiness it brings! Merry Christmas!