Tuesday, December 25, 2007

White Christmas ... for a while.

Just for a little while, down here in Oregon's northwestern valley, there was snow falling on Christmas Day.
First it came from the east, and then the west, then straight down with very little wind. The flakes weren't very big, but I'll bet higher elevations got a lot more.
When the flakes came down, everyone here gathered around the tree to play with their Christmas toys. The wind-up kangaroo does great back-flips.
I hope your Christmas day is wonderful, with family and friends ... and your dinner is the best ever, with no one forgetting the fruit salad at the back of the refrigerator. What would dinner be with no fruit salad?
Cranberry relish? Got that? And the tiny sweet pickles and black olives?
What can't your family live without during the Christmas dinner?

Here's hoping for peace on earth. - femminismo


Ro Bruhn said...

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have a very successful 2008. Thanks for visiting my blog and your lovely comments. I look forward to seeing your monthly journals in the new year

Anonymous said...

There HAS to be Turkey and Cornbread stuffing to have along with the cranberry relish!!!
Glad you had a Merry Christmas! I think ours was the best so far. Everyone came home!!
Love you...Jen