Merry Christmas To All.
A few days ago I posted some images of the Grand-kids building a snowman and a fort. Soon after that the warmer temperatures helped to melt most of the snow with the only thing left was the remnants of the fort that Angie, Addie, and Gabby built.
Like looking at clouds in the sky and seeing things if you use your imagination you can see a little reindeer kissing and teddy bear. Well at least that’s what I see.
Enjoy your Holiday and be careful.
Merry Christmas to all my wonderful Friends!
We had a wonderful Christmas Eve with our family last night. Santa Clause was way, way too good to me. I certainly did not deserve all the wonderful presents, but I am grateful for them.
After presents we had a nice dinner and then to church for the candlelight celebration of the birth of Christ. It was wonderful.
Then back home to clean up and try to figure out how to use some of the technology that Santa brought me. It doesn’t come as easy as it used to. 🙂
No images of Joshua today. He has decided he doesn’t like Grandpa taking his picture. Gabby doesn’t yet seem to mind.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas today.
Thanks for checking out the blog and be careful.
Happy Christmas Eve to you and your family. Christmas Eve has always been so special to me. As a child growing up we always had some of Mom’s homemade soup and sandwiches, then off to church where I usually dressed up as the ubiquitous Shepard for the manger scene.
We would then stop by and see Grandma and Grandpa who only lived a block away. Then it was home to look for the sleigh tracks in the yard (which my Dad made) and then opening our presents. I always took my presents to bed as they were meager but so precious to me.
Christmas traditions are so important and to this day they bring warm memories flooding back.
One tradition I used to do with my kids which, brought me great joy, was to take them to Toy R Us (when we had one) and let them roam the store to pick out anything they wanted. We did this on Christmas Eve afternoon and Angie told me a few weeks ago that she really loved those times. It was so much fun watching them make their decision. It always took Angie longer than Mark as she weighed out the differences. Mark always seemed to know right away what he wanted.
We will celebrate with our kids tonight. Angie and her family and Mark. We will have a light supper, then church and then well who knows with bedtime schedules. But it will be time spent with the people I love so much.
Today at work I will celebrate another tradition. I always have lunch with my friend Steve and we toast a glass of wine to wish each other a Merry Christmas. Then it’s to the mall to do my Christmas shopping. 🙂
I hope you enjoy your day and are able to spend it with people you love and admire. Thank you for listening to my babble all year and for viewing my images. My promise to you is to do better in 2015.
Have a Merry Christmas and as always please be careful.