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Ho, Ho, Ho

Hope your Christmas was as merry and happy as mine. We gathered for Christmas soup, cookies and gift opening. Steve and I attended Mid-night mass. It was so beautiful and enjoyable because the normal horde of folks did not brave the elements. Our Rector called us the die hards. I received some wonderful gifts which I will share over the next few days. We are about to head over to Steph’s for her wonderful homemade pecan rolls and other goodies and to see what Santa brought.

For now, here are a few pics from yesterday. You can see all of them on my Flickr Stream.

Wilfredo dressed for a walk with Lisa, Maggie and I.


We took a walk to the Rhodie Garden, but the gates were locked so we took photos through the fence.


Having fun at Christmas Eve supper.



Miles and the tree. He loves to check out the ornaments. He LOVED his gifts from us – lots of Lego stuff and a book of Lego constructions and a Klutz card castle kit.


The temps are up, the snow is melting, things are looking up! Hope you are having a great day with family and friends.

7 Responses to “Ho, Ho, Ho”

  1. terry grant says:

    Looks like a fun holiday. Love Wilfredo’s cold weather gear, but his bony little knees and elbows look chilly, not to mention his poor exposed bum! I always find dog clothing hilarious.

  2. Judy says:

    Glad to read that it is finally warming up in your neck of the woods! It is frightfully warm here, but I’m not complaining!
    Great pics of Wilfredo (oh so cute!) and Lisa and the kids. Miles looks transfixed by your tree!

    Merry Christmas to All!


  3. dee says:

    Oh My, the pup is so sweet in his booties. You hae such a good looking crew there. Merry Christmas to you all.

  4. judy says:

    OMG, I can’t believe Wilfredo is wearing boots! He is soooo adorable!
    Abby doesn’t set foot on pavement until spring here, lol.

    Looks like you had a wonderful Christmas.Enjoy the rest of the holiday in all that snow!

  5. Kristin L says:

    Merry Christmas to you and yours too!

  6. Linda Lynch says:

    Love the Pup! We live in North Idaho and my Golden plows head first into sixty inches of snow! My daughter’s little dog hates the snow so much she won’t go for two days at a time! When she stands in the snow her feet go numb and she falls on her belly, so my daughter got her booties too. Merry Christmas to you and your family. I enjoy your blog.

  7. judy liebo says:

    You might want to check your flicker photos regarding what I think is a pensive Miles. Gave me a good laugh though. Merry Christmas. Judy L.