I’m writing this post from my home, as some of you know I
have NO internet here which is fine most of the time
…… until now when I’m at home ( for a change)
I’m using Live Writer which lets me do my post without being online.
Thanks Julie for convincing me to use it.
I was afraid to try it but it’s been pretty good, except
for today!!!!!! it’s endlessly freezing up on me
and all I see is the little whirling donut. Urrrrrr!!!
I think it’s all the excessive photos that’s the problem..(?#!*^)
Btw…before I go any further I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.
Ours was great just like I wanted it to be. Slept late and while
George went to check on the kitties at the greenhouse
I cleaned up some and had pancakes ready for his return.
The tree is finally decorated!!! and just in the nick of time. I think it’s even prettier then last year.
New Years day last year my computer died and I never did get to show much of anything.
This year I’m just so behind I think it’ll be Valentines Day before I get it all done.
I’m getting a lot of freeze ups…..(that donut again) so I’ll keep it short.
The reason of this post was to share with you our Christmas Eve
at the Winter Wonderland House.
The lighting and exposure were all different so many did not do her extraordinary home justice.
You can see some much better ones on Laura’s post.
Laura’s gift to Paula by Michelle Palmer.
You can see why it’s hard for me to want to leave. If it wasn’t for George nudging me that
we really should head home( it’s getting late)….of which I ignored a few times.
…I think Paula and Bill would still find me there on Christmas morning.
(The best part is knowing they actually would let me)
Thank you so much for all the laughter, good eats, hugs, kisses, stories, wonderful memories
and most importantly your FRIENDSHIP.
( It’s snowing here along the East Coast….our first
real snow storm. They are predicting 20” and
with snowdrifts or even higher.
We’ll have to have a lot of Kitty walkways down at
the greenhouse so I’ll be posting this tomorrow.
Stay warm and stay safe!