'Twas the week before Christmas
there was so much to do...
...but I took a few pictures
so I'll show those to you.
The cookies were baked
by the grands, as you see...
they donned their new aprons
and sampled with glee!
The concerts were many...
we took in a few...
the ones our grands were a part of...
were our favorites to view!
The lights that were strung here and there in our city...
called us to come see.
To miss them would be a pity!
The snow is still here...
the valley is white.
Merry Christmas to all...
and to all a good night.
(...on this the eve of 4th advent Sunday)
Love the new aprons! They all look so great including the reindeer!ReplyDelete
Stunning view! Enjoyed our 9 year olds school concert this week as well. Peace and happiness.ReplyDelete
Beautiful family! Thanks for sharing and a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all!ReplyDelete
May His light shine upon you and yours always,
What a beautiful Christmas post!!! I love ALL your family activities!!ReplyDelete
The grands must be beside themselves that the mountain AND the valley is white. Now all that I missed was the wonderful music...I'll imagine. Those aprons are terrific! You did a great job with them right down to the wee one's.ReplyDelete
Wonderful peeks at precious scenes!ReplyDelete
Best times in a beautiful place Judy.
That was sweet! I can't wait until our grands are a little closer and we can make the trip to see their concerts and special things. The aprons are too cute!ReplyDelete
This was wonderful, Judy! I love the "cookie making in special aprons" photos and the beautiful mountain views you have -- I see it is ever changing!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family!
Brilliant photo's Judy...I love the aprons. have a wonderful Christmas!ReplyDelete
How sweet! Love your little poem and the photos. The view of Mount Cheam is gorgeous. Have a wonderful Christmas with your family. Blessings, PamelaReplyDelete
Such a great poem Judy. It made me smile as you can imagine. Those wee aprons turned out so perfectly. I love that you took the time to do that. You have the most amazing way of making your world appear completely sweet.ReplyDelete
I've always thought you have a way with words and this just reinforced those feelings. The week before Christmas looks to be a very pretty and memorable time at your house. The cookie baking looks like such fun and the aprons are so sweet.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Miniature MGCC complete with authentic aprons - how absolutely adorable!!! Your poem is brilliant and is filled with joy!!!! You are so creative!ReplyDelete
I love those miniature aprons. They are so adorable and will become a 'signature' over the years to come.ReplyDelete
The poem is just ever so creative.
Praying that your Christmas will be peaceful.
Love your poem! And those aprons are the cutest!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a blessed Christmas.