TO ALL !
I don't remember any past Christmas days, not last year, or ever, even as a child. They must not been too memorable.The only Thanksgiving I remember was when I was single for the first time. A friend (girl) had an apartment downtown over a bar in Lincoln, Nebraska. I only had a rented room.She let me stay in her apartment the whole weekend because she went to her parents for Thanksgiving.Your BEST present idea is good and I do remember a few presents...
Merry Christmas to you and your family Janice. There is a reason for the season, and it has nothing to do with Santa Claus and presents!!
Jel...Merry Christmas to you too, you little darling!!You sure are starting early. I guess you will be telling us more than once, eh?In about 15 days the days will start to get longer again..Yay!!!It gets dark here in Welland about 4:30Bernie wants to know what time it gets dark where you live.....Love Terry
Merry Christmas! all your pics have really captured an old-fashioned type of feel to the season ... i love 'em!!! :)
Merry Christmas, dear sister!!!You always have the most wonderful pics on your blog:-)You can always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.(((Hugs))) and love.God's Grace.
And a Merry Christmas to you too!
Merry Christmas, janice.
Janice , I too wish you the happiest of Christmas's, one you will remember for a long time to come..being with family, sharing their love watching all the old Christmas movies, pressies etc., but the best gift any one could possibly want is knowing and receiving Jesus into our hearts......
jel-I remember all of the relatives showing up at the grandparents house on Christmas Day and ALL of us spending the night. We had pallets on the floor every where in every room of that very small two bedroom house. Quilting frames hanging from the ceilings. When I was real young I used to think, "Why doesn't someone just sleep up there?"Well, we all grew up and so did that baby- King of Kings and Lord of Lord :)
Stopping in to say hello
Merry Christmas, Janice and family!
Merry Christmas to you also! I remember the excitment of it all. The smell of Turkey cooking, my Step-dad making the stuffing, the joy of seeing the presents under the Christmas tree on Christmas morning. I have to say I had a lot of found memories growing up as a child.
:)nice.family time is cool.and chilhood memories are bittersweet.your piece has a comforting warmth about it.hope you enjoy the seasonal festivities.(for which ever reason you choose)
btw, this Anon, is Inconsequetial :)silly blogger is messing me about with posting comments....
And a very Merry Christmas to you.
Merry Christmas, jel. Beautiful sentiments. Thank you.
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