Tuesday, December 28, 2010


I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. I know I did.
My niece, Kate was home from New York.

Our holiday started with a traditional Christmas Eve meal of
Brisket, Potato Latkes, and Home-made Apple Sauce.

We woke up the next morning to a delightful "White Christmas"

We eased into the morning with hot coffee and a
fabulous Christmas roll we stole from Privet & Holly.
It was Heaven!

Christmas mornings are best when taken slow.

We opened our presents. I found hats and scarfs, socks and books.
A copy of my second favorite Western, the original True Grit.

In our Christmas cards from Rick and Terry, these
wonderful hand made ornaments.

This one is Kate's, it's dusted with white glitter snow.

These two are Susan and mine. I'm showing you the
front and back views because they are so special.

Kate is also quite an artisan. She made me this cracking Robin's egg
with Santa looking on.
She also made me this gray Catbird ornament.
Hope your Christmas was as special as mine and that
you have a shining New Years
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  1. Those are the kinds of gifts I love. Glad you had a sweet Christmas. Mine was so nice as well. Family time is what I cherish. Peace and Joy to you and your family this
    New Year.

  2. Your Christmas looks great. Wish I was there---Oh wait! I WAS there!!!

  3. What a lovely time you had. Everything sounds just Perfect! Thanks for sharing.


  4. I love all your presents, so heart warming especially all the hand made ornaments. Wish your Christmas was a great one too!

  5. Oh, I often envy you girls your sweet two story house where you have your own "floors" and you your garden. Happy New Year!

  6. That's a lotta latke love! :-D Happy New Year!

  7. Hi there~ Everything is darling- love that bird egg and bird! Sounds like you had a wonderful holiday! Thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday~ Happy New Year!


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