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Monday, December 24, 2007

Happy Holidays

Dear Friends,

Thank you all for making 2007 such a wonderful year here at Christophershowerman.com Your friendship and support means so much to me and I love that you all share your ideas and creativity here. It is because of you that I do what I do and this website is dedicated to each of you that has been so supportive in the past. I have a truly blessed life in part because you all have chosen to participate in it. I hope with my work here and in entertainment I can return the favor to you. If you celebrate the holidays this time of year, I wish you the very best with family and friends. And I especially hope you have a chance to dream about all the magnificent desires you will manifest in the ALL THINGS POSSIBLE New Year!!

Love,
Chris

8 Comments:

  • At 7:12 AM, December 25, 2007 , Anonymous Ute said...

    Hi Chris and dear forum family,

    wishing you all a very merry and happy Christmas time. I hope you all can spend it with your loved once and get a chance to relax from the busy pre-Christmas time. I know I discovered whole new meanings of the word busy! Wow! Amazing what you can do if you have to!

    Chris, thanks for the note above. I think I can speak for everyone of the family to say we enjoy coming to the forum and exchanging our thoughts here and we love you and your work. So thanks for doing what you do and creating this space for us.

    I wish you all the very best for next year, I am sure it will be an exciting one for us all.

    Big hugs to you all!

    Ute

     
  • At 7:13 AM, December 25, 2007 , Anonymous Ute said...

    Ooops, please read that as loved ones! ;)

     
  • At 3:18 PM, December 25, 2007 , Anonymous Alex said...

    Hello dear Chris and forum family!

    Hope you're having Happy Christmas and Holidays. Great to read your wonderful wishes, Chris; thanks so much for sharing your thoughts, feelings, gifts from your lovely soul through your words and works on this beautiful forum and in entertainment. Thanks as always for making the difference; that truly means a lot to me, to us!

    I wish you all, your family and friends a Great All Things Wonderful and Possible 2008!

    Hugs and Love to all!
    Alex in Italy

     
  • At 12:55 AM, December 30, 2007 , Blogger ufuk_kirtis said...

    Dear Chris and everyone,

    i wish you all things possibble year in 2008..

    Chris, thank you for what you have shared..i know we all feel blessed and very luckly to be part of such gathering of marvelous energy and thoughts under your very generous and kind soul..

    With the new job i have been so busy to be around but i appreciate the friends who has been here, especially Sue and Dave.

    Again,have a special one in 2008..

    Love and hugs

    Ufuk

     
  • At 6:18 AM, December 31, 2007 , Anonymous DaveW said...

    As we quickly approach another new year, I just wanted to also express my appreciation for everyone here! Whenever I need a "quick lift" I know I can always look hear for some inspiration or insight - and the occasional movie review too!

    I hope everyone has a great 2008 - keep making "All Things Possible!"

    Dave

     
  • At 10:24 AM, December 31, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I just came home from my last workout of the year. Thankfully I don't have to do that again until next year (Tuesday 7 am).

    My last post of the year is to wish everyone a Happy and Safe New Year.

    Peace to All

    Tim

     
  • At 4:57 PM, December 31, 2007 , Blogger Susan said...

    Dear forum family and friends...

    This'll be a little of a long post for a few little things...a thank you, a "weather discussion", a movie note, and a "wish upon a star" for you.

    Thanks Chris for making this forum possible for 2 1/2 years now, I believe. It's been quite an adventure! I'm glad, along with the others, to be considered a friend in our little neighborhood here on the web. Sometimes, though, you wish you could just walk out your door and you'd really see everyone to say "hi." So, I'll do that first...ok, I'm walking out the door, there you all are, and I'm telling you "hi"....and btw, a big heart-hug goes along with that!

    Thanks for the inspiration and insight from everyone, as Dave says, and the special "life-provoking" topics put forth by our host. I don't know about yours, but my life has been immeasurably enhanced by participating here. Thanks Ufuk, too, for your kind thoughts. It's so great to hear from everyone, even if it's just a quick "hello" -- checking in as you pass by on your busy way.

    As for my weather discussion, that is to hope everyone in the path this New Year's Eve snowstorm will be safe and sound...My local weather e-mail says "Hi Susan, the shovel should be ready to go...." Just what you want to hear New Year's Eve! So Tim (heard 3-5" in Illinois?) and Dave, we'll see how we fare by morning. Numbers sound high for here this time...

    So why am I posting on New Year's Eve? Well, we're safely tucked in here...no parties...just our "second annual" New Year's Eve day movie and dinner out. Last year it was Rocky, can you remember that far back? And guess what...Sue actually physically sat through No Country for Old Men today. We figured if the now filmmaking Chris thought so much of the movie, we'd better see what he meant. OK...Chris, Dave, (Clint, maybe?) and whoever saw it, can you please share your comments? On why you liked it and what the meaning of it is. I have a few thoughts, but the more I think about it, the more confused I get...it is certainly a powerful film...and no, I don't think I'd have eaten a morsel of popcorn had I had any. I was riveted to my chair...and it will take me weeks, probably, to digest this film.

    So that's my movie note for forum family to chew on...and I see tonight it's been picked best AP picture of 2007.....meanwhile...

    Here's to new beginnings!

    This whole quote of Goethe is at the "January" beginning of a little book of "everyday blessings" I love. I thought it sounds like what our all things possible host might challenge us with in this wonderful gift of a new year...I'm sure you've heard all or parts of it, but it's my "wish upon a star" for you to go along with Chris' topic for the new year....

    "The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too.

    "All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred.

    "A whole stream of events issues from the commitment, raising in one's favor all manner of unseen incidents and meetings and material assistance which no one would have dreamt would come one's way.

    "Whatever you can do, or dream, you can begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now." -- Goethe

    Looking forward to another beautiful and exciting year in each of our corners of the world, and hearing all about the events and dreams in your lives as they transpire for you...

    For all the forum family....May all things be beautiful, possible, and supernova great in 2008!

     
  • At 11:54 AM, January 03, 2008 , Anonymous Ute said...

    HAPPY NEW YEAR Everyone!

    I hope you all had a good sent off of the old year and a great start of 2008!

    The last film we saw in 2007 was "Elisabeth - The Golden Age" - I can highly recommend it. Epic story, phantastic costumes, great acting, amazing locations.

    The first film in 2008 we are going to see next Saturday will be "Sleuth" with Michael Caine and Jude Law - we're looking forward to this one very much.

    Hope we can see more of Chris's work this year, too!

    Big hugs to you all! and stay positive! :)

    Ute

     

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