Blessed Nativity and God be with us all in 2011! – The Samurai School of Appliantology

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on December 22, 2010

in Website Updates

A joyous Nativity Feast of Our Lord from the Samurai clan to you!

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A Christmas haiku for you!

Economy: bad.
Drown ye not in worldly cares,
for God is with us!

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The original Christmas tree:

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(original icon from Fr. Andrew Tregubov,

My two Samurai spudlets and I are taking off December 29 on a spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy Mountain, Mt. Athos, in Greece. We’ll celebrate Old Calendar (Julian) Nativity and New Year’s with the brothers at Vatopedi Monastery where we’ll be staying for nine days. If you’re curious, you can read more about Mt. Athos and Vatopedi monastery where we’ll be staying.

My hope and plan is to do frequent updates about the trip at a Posterous site I set up just for this pilgrimage: There’s nothing posted there yet but soon will be once the journey gets underway. Bookmark it and check in with it if you wanna keep up with what’s happening. You can also subscribe to it so that new posts get emailed to you.

Hopefully, I’ll be able to check in periodically while on pilgrimage. In any event, you’ll be in good hands with RegUS_PatOff, the Samurai School of Appliantology Super Moderator and Grand Master Funk.

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BettyDanielson December 23, 2010 at 11:12 pm

It’s so nice to find others in the appliance business who are committed to their faith. Enjoy your pilgrimage. My husband and I have been in appliance repair for over 30 years and are just learning about blogging. Thanks for providing such great information.

Samurai Appliance Repair Man December 27, 2010 at 12:46 am

Domo for surfing in and posting your comments, Betty!

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