Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas from The Devoted Classicist.
It is hard to believe that another year is almost over.  The 2012 holiday drawing is an interior sketch of a John Tackett Design project, a new house that was constructed in 1995 in the Neo-Regency style.  Located on a Mississippi horse farm, it featured a barrier-free design to allow the owners occupancy through their Golden Years.

Best wishes, Devoted Readers, for the absolute merriest Christmas.  Despite everything, we have a lot to be thankful for, don't we?


  1. Indeed we do! And your blog is one of the things I am most thankful for!
    I find it completely astonishing day after day the connections that are continually made through blogdom!

    Astonished almost every day!

    Merry, Merry Christmas!


    1. Many thanks for your comments, Penelope. Best wishes.

  2. Yes, so much to be thankful for--and a huge thank you to you for all of your posts of 2012--opening new concepts for me to explore.
    Merry Christmas 2012.

    1. Thanks, Mary. The blog has been a fun outlet for my cache of information, and I've learned some things myself, not to mention making a lot of cyberfriends along the way. There are dozens of posts piled up, just waiting to be typed in, so I hope you'll be just as supportive this time next year. I appreciate your comments.

  3. Happy holidays and all the best for the New Year. I love the rendering and the design concept.


  4. Merry Christmas, John. Yes, indeed, we have so much to be thankful for. I wish you every happiness. You bring such beauty into our lives. Thank you.


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