Home For The Holidays


Did I mention we had a little snow in Seattle over the Christmas holidays?  dscn0968

The fact may have been hidden under all the fun our family was having.  Both of my daughters arrived on December 19th for a whirlwind Christmas celebration.  dscn0964

Every other year they spend the holiday with their Dad in California and this year was his, so we moved Christmas Day to December 22nd and had a ball…literally!img_2449

I admit I am happiest when surrounded by my daughters.  They are the most fun I’ve ever had, labor pains and all.  The four day holiday we shared was perfect from start to finish, even when planes were late, roads were clogged with snow and a husband was buried with work.  Just being together was the greatest gift I received this Christmas.img_2376

It’s the greatest gift I will ever receive, anytime.  Thank-you, family.  Happy 2009!!!

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~ by rfgainey on January 31, 2009.

One Response to “Home For The Holidays”

  1. DITTO!
    (Thanks for the shout-out)

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