Winner of the Yuletide Contest / I’ve hanged Mr. Silvester

12 December, 2011 at 7:01 pm 2 comments

Thanks a lot to everybody who participated in this year’s Yuletide Contest! There was a lot of competition for those who sent in the correct answer to the question: “What is Molly Joyful’s favourite Jane Austen novel?” It’s “Persuasion”, of course, and as some mentioned their favourite TV adaptation: mine is the 1995 BBC one with the wonderful Amanda Root and Ciarán Hinds.

Many knew the answer, but it was Kerstin from Germany whose number was drawn by Buttons the cat. Congratulations! Your Very Austen Yuletide Parcel will soon be on its way.

In other news, I’ve hanged Mr. Silvester. I couldn’t help it; I just couldn’t resist to make him the centrepiece of my Yuletide decoration, and you must admit that he’s making a very fetching Christmas ornament. The BBC could make a ton of money with Garrow’s Law ornaments – Mr. Garrow baubles! Lady Sarah garlands! And imagine Judge Buller on top of your Christmas tree!

This year’s decoration work was carried out by Buttons & Lorchen. They are specialised in colourful pawbles.

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