Monday, December 22, 2008

Do you see it?

Look! The sun!

After a few days of snow, wind, ice, sleet, ice, wind -- power off, power on, power off, power on ... we are left with -3 degrees, -25 degree wind chill and sunshine.

Not any stitching to share. Just preparing for a holiday feast with DH, my Mom, & the kidz. Maybe with some luck, the snow forecasted for Tues & Weds won't be a storm -- just some flurries.

Thx for visiting my blog. I wish everyone a joyous holiday season of peace, cheer and generosity. In our home, we celebrate Christmas with a big family-style meal & some gift exchanging. DH & DS went to the nursery and brought home a tree (with roots) for decorating tomorrow. We have it indoors a couple days then plant it outside. Our hill behind our home is a showcase of Christmas Trees from holidays past. However you celebrate with family & friends, enjoy your blessings and Happy Holidays!

14 comments:

mainely stitching said...

I love the idea of being able to plant all our Christmas trees out back! :D

Wishing you the BEST Christmas yet! :D

Ginnie said...

Have a great Christmas x

Tammy said...

Beautiful photos! Enjoy your holiday as well!

Irene said...

Nice pictures. We have heaps of snow and the sun also came out today. Now if I could only get out of my drive way :)

Jeanne said...

Beautiful pictures Lelia and it looks so Christmas-y. Happy holidays to you and your family and have a productive 2009!

Mylene said...

Great pictures!

Wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas!!

karenv said...

Merry Christmas Lelia!

Daffycat said...

Pretty, snowy pictures!

Happy Christmas, Lelia!

Linen Stitcher said...

I love your tradition of planting your Christmas trees. Great idea! Since our yard is tiny, I think I'll stick with our artificial tree for now. :-)

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Paisley said...

What a wonderful tradition of replanting your Christmas tree! I'm glad you got to see some sun today!

Have a Merry Christmas!

Wendy said...

I love all your Christmas trees! And what a wonderful tradition of replanting them so you can enjoy them in years to come.

A very Merry Christmas to you!!

Karoline said...

Have a lovely Christmas

Kathy A. said...

Enjoy all that lovely sunshine. Hopefully it will melt the snow.
Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Sally said...

Those pictures are beautiful.

Merry Christmas.

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