Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas!

We hope you and yours have a most blessed Christmas season, and a very prosperous and Happy New Year!

Our church service was fabulous. The kids all did well, Haley, too. She said her cheeks are definitely out of practice for the clarinet, but she managed. Check out Macey's solo:

And these kiddos:

We had a great and silly time last night. Brian entertained us reading (?) French from a Babar book. His knowledge of French is basically "bonjour," so use your imagination and think Inspector Clouseau!

Then Ansley showed off her Spanish, then morphed into a Russian accent. Hilarious.

I love this crazy family.

We are heading south later on, whenever we can get loaded up. It is 18 this morning. Bah humbug to that!

Life is good...and each of us are loved and blessed beyond measure, all because of Christmas.

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Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

mid 70's and a bit windy but still nice. hurry on down. sarge and i used to drive north on christmas day and the roads were always empty so it should be a nice drive except for the wind. think of barb when you swing through valdosta too. she says it's cold there too. see you SOON!

smiles, bee

Barb and the Gs said...

I saw Macey's video earlier... She played beautifully! You are blessed for sure, and we all have been blessed because of that first gift to all who will recieve it, on that Christmas day so many years ago.

It's about 42 now here at the Swamp. brrr...

Merry Christmas! and safe travels to the land of swaying palm trees and the big yellow ball of warmth! big hugs xoxo

Haley D. said...

Last night was so much fun! Family together at Christmas is the best. (We missed the Hensons though.) Merry Christmas!

Sandee said...

Macey did a great job. I know you are all so proud of her. I am.

Have a fabulous day honey and I'm coming with you. I'm so tired of being cold. I want to hear about sunshine, warmth and palm trees. Love you to pieces. ♥♥♥

Joy said...

Merry Christmas to you, too. My son had to scrape frost off his windshield this morning (near Panama City) but you will eventually get to where it is warm. Safe travels!