Tuesday, December 30, 2008

So much to write so little time...

I meant to write a Christmas post about how much I love it, the magic the presents the kids and laughter and food and fun and snow and music....

We had a wonderful busy Christmas full of love and laughter. We spent Christmas Eve with my hubby's fam and Christmas day with mine. It was perfect most because of this....
Here's how we spent our afternoon before going to Christmas Eve dinner:




We got snow. Mounds and mounds and mounds of snow. In a place where we don't get much snow and it really doesn't last for long. It was wonderful and magical!

13 comments:

Laura said...

It is funny to think that it has been 32 years since all of Canada had snow on Christmas. There is something wonderful about a white Christmas!

Wishing you and yours a wonderful new year.

Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

Just lovely, I am so glad that you guys had a wonderful time. Thought of you lots, especially when we were on the hill!
I will put that board on the bus this week.
Happy New Year!

Badness Jones said...

We get TOO much snow most years, but I miss it when we don't have it for Christmas. I'm glad you and your kids got to enjoy the magic of a white Christmas this year.

happy New Year!

Tracey said...

Great pictures! Glad you got snow at Christmas. Nothing is more magical than that...

Haley-O said...

I just LOVE your dog. Love him love him love him. Give him a hug for me! :)

So happy to hear you had a great Christmas!

Happy New year!

Monica said...

This looks absolutely perfect. There's no place in the world I'd rather be when it is snowing than in the woods.

LoriD said...

Those pictures are beautiful!

Happy New Year to you and your family!

Big Doofus said...

All we have gotten is rain, freezing rain and wind. It even climbed up to the upper 60s (F) here in the past week. I'm glad you're enjoying the snow.

Aunt Becky said...

Happy New Year to you and yours, Shay!

the mama bird diaries said...

wow. love all the snow.

Lori said...

The snow was wonderful for Christmas- but now I am ready for it to leave!! :)

Glad you had a beautiful, magical Christmas. As it should be.

Cyriously? said...

Is there anything more magical than trees heavy-laden with snow and pathways untracked and still sparkly?

Hope you had a great New Years!

Sniz said...

Wow, what a gorgeous snow and setting!!!! Talk about a story-book Christmas Day! What a blessing, Shay!