I wish you and your families a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and wonderful new year.
Because there's something special about a Christmas greeting and I didn't want the days to pass without saying hello!
Rick and I will start the day with Chrismas breakfast and presents!
Later in the day we'll celebrate with friends joining us for dinner, with some classical music from Rick's trio with dessert.
Lizzie will wear her plaid Christmas collar with the bells unless she can figure out how to get it off by herself.
No sleigh rides or skiing, I think. Our snow is mushing up, but it's still a White Christmas.
Before dinner guests arrive, I'll make sure the plants are watered and the flowers are looking their best!
No doubt we'll talk about Christmasses past and present...
...and stick to the better angels of our nature and not get into any heated discussions!
We'll make a wish or two for the new year.
As the evening ends, know that you have been in our hearts, friends old and new, "virtaual" and "real life," those on this earth and those beyond.
And when all have left, we'll be off to bed. Happy, and remembering our best Santa moments!
As I was going through my postcard collection, I thought I'd post a few that speak to the season.
Feel free to download if you do collage, make cards, tags or place cards, or just like them!
Just click on them, then right click to save on your computer.
Have a glorious holiday!
And I'll see you in a day or two!
After the dishes are done!
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