Friday, November 7, 2008

Phriday Phun

Phanks to Candid Carrie And this is a picture Moira and I decorating our Christmas tree last year... Christmas already you say? Yes, because Christmas dinner is at my house this year for the first time EVER, 2 families, several food restrictions, and a Granny freshly out of the hospital.

"I can do all things though Christ who strengthens me"

On a brighter note, I want to hear y'all families traditions, What did you eat? What did you do?

Moira christmas 2007


Susie said...

Great picture! We have Thanksgiving and Christmas here the weekend before because my older daughter spends the holidays with her dad.

BoufMom9 said...

LOVE that picture!
Christmas Eve we have a quiet dinner with just my husband, myself & the kids. Then we go to church for a candlelight service. We always come home & watch It's a Wonderful Life.

Christmas Day my entire family comes to my house for a buffet. (that's over 40 people including my family) i usually make a turkey & ham and then everyone else brings the sides.

LOVE the holidays!!!!

Happy FFF!

JANE said...

We are Christmas crazy around here, in fact our daughter's middle name is Noelle, she was born 3 days after Christmas. We have Thanksgiving for the family here and put up our 2 trees, then it takes the rest of the weekend to decorate inside and out! The kids decorate one tree "their's" and I decorate the other one "our's", LOL!!
Thanks for stopping by today. said...

How fun! I love big family holiday dinners! You will do a great job, just stick to what you know and what you love!

Teri said...

What a sweet picture. For Christmas, we usually hang out here for Christmas Eve, watch It's a Wonderful Life, eat something delicious that my husband (the great cook) prepares, then chill till morning. We spend the day with our son-in-law's very laid back family...then we head home and watch Ferris Bueller's Day Off. I'm not sure why that last movie is always in the mix!

Found you on Candid Carrie.

cat said...

Great picture capturin the spirit. If you keep popping in at my blog, I will tell you how we celebrate in Africa.