Sunday, December 26, 2010

May your days be Merry and Bright . . .

 Merry Christmas 2010 to all you people!
It's been a lovely Christmas here. We've visited with Granparents and cousins, built multiple lego creations and stuffed ourselves silly, among many other good things. I hope it's been equally happy where you are.
And now we enter one of my favorite weeks of the year - the week between Christmas and New Years. The gifts are given, the cards are sent and the lists are checked-off. This is when I thoroughly enjoy the season - with nothing hanging over my head. Monday we're going to go to Temple Square (pictured last year).  We're going to enjoy a slower pace, more time to play, and more holiday food.

PS Happy Boxing Day to all you lucky folks who get to celebrate Boxing Day.

9 comments:

patchworkdelights said...

Hope you had a good Christmas! Agreed the time in between is so very quiet now!

Denise :) said...

LOL! I agree, too! No parties, no last minute gifts to buy or finish, no cooking ... just kicking back and enjoying the season! Merry Christmas! :)

madebymum said...

I love this time also, you are so right it is wonderfully quiet and relaxed.

Lori said...

have a wonderful time this week! and YAY for Boxing Day which is also my brother's birthday. I always like to remind people about Boxing Day...considering they don't know about it around here. thanks for the cute christmas card! you guys are wonderful.

Briawna said...

I so miss the temple square lights. We just moved away from utah and I don't miss a lot of things but I actually miss snow and the temple square lights. This is my favorite week, too. No commitments, no parties, just family.

Sherri said...

I agree...this is the most relaxing week of the year!

Funky Kim said...

We're heading to Temple Square tomorrow night as well! We have the grandson and a ride on Trax mixed with a ton of Christmas lights will be exactly what will make his little eyes light up!

comedyrocks.com said...

As an occasional visitor I just wanted to wish you a happy and healthy 2011.

Rebecca Johnson said...

i thought i recognised those pics.. I would LOVE to go back for Christmas.. Temple Square looks amazing!!