On the northern side of the chancel arch in the ruins of St Fechin’s Church, County Westmeath can be found a carving of a seated monk, hands resting on his knees as he grins contentedly at the world. The Irish Aesthete wishes all readers a very Happy Christmas and hopes you will enjoy as much seasonal cheer as this little fellow.
Thank you. And for a most interesting year of your posts, Best Christmas wishes to you.
Thanks to everyone for the kind comments and seasonal greetings, and I trust that the past few days have been filled with fun and laughter…
Happy Christmas to you too, Robert and hope to see you in 2015. Love from us all, Rosalind xx
Happy Christmas – thanks for creating such an enjoyable blog.
Happy Christmas to the Aesthete. See you later in Avonmore. Paul
A true archeological find. A toast to you for a wonderful informative year and to more discoveries in 2015. Lawrie & Ed
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Merry Christmas, Robert! Thanks for bringing the magic of Ireland to those of us who don’t live there, but hold it dear.
Happy Christmas Robert. Hope you have an excellent and enjoyable festive season.
Thanks for all your support during the year. -Arran.