Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas!


Merry Christmas, everyone

My husband is on the road. The kids and I are watching it pour down rain. Needless to say, It's not the usual Christmas eve.. But we are all in good health and are thankful. I hope all of you have a wonderful Christmas. Here's my dog, Chloe. she is in her new Christmas sweater.. it's not that cold out today . it's supposed to dip down in the twenties over the weekend though...
Remember ... Jesus was born on Christmas. He is our savior!

God bless you all..
Bunches of hugs...

7 comments:

Babydoll said...

Cute! I hope you had a Merry Christmas. :)

LZ Blogger said...

With all of the rain... Chole deserves a rain coat too! I hope you all had a Merry Christmas! ~ jb///

Deborah Wilson said...

hahaha - I love the dog's new sweater. My sis bought her dog one too.

I hope your Christmas was good!

Anonymous said...

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Sandra said...

Hope you had a great Christmas :)

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Patty said...

Your dog looks great in her new sweater. Believe me, if you were here today she would need it, it's 21 and dropping. Our Christmas this year was a busy one, our only son flew in from Fl with his girlfriend. Abe and one of our daughter caught what ever it is going around, and they get these coughing fits, especially at night. They also both got the flu shots. I was busy feeding everyone, we used up a lot of paper plates and cups. There were never anymore then about 14 of us at one time, but when you get that many together for three meals a day, more or less for about five days, it tires a person out. I don't think I have ever had my hearing aid pop on and off so much. LOL My hearing aid is the kind that will automatically shut down if things get too loud. Then it pops back to full power, makes you feel like when you're in a plane flying and your ears keep popping. Was really bad when nine of us were playing Yatchee. LOL But I think everyone had fun. Sorry you hubby wasn't home.